So, I took the version 4 test almost 3 years ago (can't believe it has
been that long). Here is my blog about it:
Also, I ran a study group for the PHP 5 exam while president of LIPHP.
I never actually took the exam, but others in the class did.
In short, it isn't some MS test where you can just memorize things.
You have to have used it (meaning, the technology, whatever it is they
are asking about), at *least* in practice. So, I would consider
someone who took it to be of at least intermediate level, or very
intelligent and a quick study.
That's my 2 cents.
On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 1:17 PM, Chris Verges <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I'm starting to interview some candidates who obtained the Zend Certified
> Engineer recognition, and I want to find out what is the general consensus
> about that program. Does anyone have experience with it or know of people
> who have taken it? Does it accurately reflect quality, or is it just
> another set of letters to buy on your name? Any insight you can provide to
> this would be helpful!
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