John Koziol blogs: “Before Microsoft made the mistake of actually hiring me (heh), I worked as a vendor to the company for the VFP 6 certification tests. The test teams always debated what could reasonably be expected knowledge of a developer. You see, at that time the concept was to find the MQC – Minimally Qualifed Candidate. What magic set of knowledge indicates that someone should be certified in a tool?
I’ll never forget that Ted Roche, one of the team members, made a fascinating point…”