Thursday, June 08, 2006
The truth behind certifications
Microsoft Certified Professional - The Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) credential is for professionals who have the skills to successfully implement a Microsoft product or technology as part of a business solution in an organization. Hands-on experience with a product is necessary to successfully achieve certification.
Why are there people who passed the MCP exams brag something that they never possess in the first place?. Come on, they only passed the exam because they memorized the questions on a "simulated" MCP exam. If you test their so-called "skills" in an actual network problem, they will just stare at the problem and ask themselves "Where the heck is the multiple choice?" (Whapak!)
Some people who become total assholes because of this certification which in the first place not worthy for them. Come on, You don't even know what is "ghosting" shame on you! Yo even put up a banner with your name on it but you failed to include the version of your MCP which is Windows 2000...wait, it is already 2006! According to Microsoft itself, Windows 2000 halted their support for your OS like a year ago! (You don't believe me?) So where the hell is your bragging rights? You passed the exam because of err..test king? And what? your fucking OS is outdated! Damn, i'm not certified to handle your level of stupidity.