9year old Pakistani girl becomes Microsoft Certified Professional 4191
The Microsoft certifications (MCSE, MCP, etc), aren't worth the paper they're printed on.
9year old Pakistani girl becomes Microsoft Certified Professional 4192
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Nothing against the 10 year old Palestinian boy who achieved his certification (he would have gotten it years earlier, but the Israeli scum constantly planted his village, cutting off the electricity in the middle of the test dozens of times), or the Pakistani girl who got her certification despite oppressive conditions caused by the British and the Hindustani scum. Good for them to get those degrees if that's what they want. When they grow up and become adults, they probably won't waste their time on such childish pursuits.
I'll use the examples of young children getting certified to throw in the face of idiots who think their certification is a notable achievement.
I remember in the workplace in early 2000, a controversial coworker flaunted his MCSE. He tried to f--- with the software on machines on our team. He got into an argument with our team lead. He tried to play the card of "I have an MCSE". Our team lead laughed, telling him to shove the MSCE up his arse.
Another idiot in the workplace got into a heated argument with one of the most intelligent people in the office. They had a disagreement at a meeting. The idiot shouted, "I know what I'm doing, you don't, I have an MCSE". The smart worker didn't bother responding to such nonsense. The smart worker had a PhD in computer science. The idiot was let go not long after that meeting.
Perhaps Hindustani are the demographic most likely to think an MSCE is a good thing. Resumes from Hindustani often have worthless garbage: MCP, MSCE, etc. A true professional wouldn't include that nonsense on his resume even if he had the certification, knowing that if he included it, he'd be a laughingstock.
I remember around 2000, computer magazines had tons of advertisements for companies that taught people how to get a Microsoft certification (MCSE, MCP, etc). The ads claimed anyone who went with their program would be guaranteed a job with a salary at least $60,000 once they got their certification. What a joke! Even back then, those certifications weren't worth the paper they're printed on.
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