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I have come across this site (http://www.certifyxml.com/) which offers a certification I had not heard of. It is a vendor neutral XML certification.
Has anyone come across it before? Can you pass comment on the technical level, and if it recognised by employers.
[ March 07, 2002: Message edited by: Graeme Brown ]
 
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Definitely interesting to see something like this - I'd love to know what, if anything, anyone knows on this, especially since they seem to also teach to the JCert exams.
But, more importantly: How does it compare to IBM's 141 exam?
 
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XML exam and Vendor neutral. are you kidding about this? XML and related technologies is not owned by any single company out there. It is a Vendor neutral enough.
So you do not care who own this exam, Unless W3C.org owns this exam. There is no Vendor neutral XML exam as their AD said.
So far, I think IBM 141 would the be best choice.
 
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