What's in a certification?

Friday, 15 December 2006, 12:03 AM EST

I certainly wasn't expecting a rooster to start crowing as I hit question 50 on my information security certification exam this past Saturday. Then again, not much had gone as I'd anticipated. Soon after number 50, a noisy cow was driven back to the nearby hillside, and the pastoral din outside the wide-open school lunchroom windows was reduced to the distant clatter of cars and honking on the nearby outskirts of Pune, India.

At Computerworld.

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