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What are some of the most recognized certifications for programming? Particularly for VB, C/C++, Perl.....HTML :)

What are some websites for these certifications? How detailed are they?

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for vb and c/c++, consider the Micrososft certification:

http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/mcsd/default.asp
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Indeed! :)
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For me...?
It lies between your ears.
Learn one language extremely well. Exercise it. Ensure you are adaptive by tinkering with a handful of others. In short, do not try to snow me with schmancy words like "Cobol" or phrases like "XML, web..". Talking hype not only does not get job done, but all too often leads to incorrect conclusions about managing systems or solving problems. Learn decision making techniques an garner experience. DotCom's failed, doncha know.
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(MS' certification frequently includes less than half truths concerning reality)
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>"What are some websites.."
http://www.braindumps.net/

also:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/
as this question has popped before - if interested in more links
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More than you likely need on Perl (Windoze ver): http://www.ActiveState.com/
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please maintain:

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Question has been closed as per recommendation

emoreau points for you here > http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Q_20418549.html

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