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Flooded with Feedback on "The Great Microsoft Engineer Scam

Wow, did we get letters! When we asked you to respond to PC Week columnist John Taschek's article that slams Microsoft's certification program ("The Great MCSE Scam," http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/opinion/0817/17wide.html) and send a copy to us, you immediately flooded the mailboxes of John and MCP Magazine with highly emotional responses on both sides of the debate.

While many of you may have regarded his opinions as spiteful, some of you agreed that Microsoft's certification program is beginning to lose its luster. Your comments indicate the passion you have for work and the high esteem you expect your MCSE to hold. You can read the most compelling letters at http://www.mcpmag.com/members/current/dpt1main.asp (once there, click on the link to go directly to the letters).

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