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I have little real life experience in XML and its related technolgies
I was just wondering whether I should go for this certification ?

Your inputs will be greatly appreciated !!

Thanks in advance...
 
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I'm not sure. I'm still on the fence as to whether this XML thing is going to catch on or not.

An XML certification is a very nice complement to any list of certifications. Looking at what you have, I'd almost recommend an IDE based certification in that resume.

Good luck!

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An IDE based certification



Not sure I understand what you mean . Can you shed more light on it ?

Thanks for replying ....
 
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