* Posts by PermissionToSpeakPlease

5 posts • joined 15 Aug 2017

Azure certifications are awful, Microsoft admits, so it has made new ones


experience vs certs

"readers opine that hard-earned experience is a far better indicator of skill than vendors’ exams" (...) "Microsoft night be onto something this time with its mantra that “certs = credibility with employers = fatter paycheques”. "

As employers tend to not know how to test real skills, both can be (and too often are) true at the same time

Shhh! DropBox 'quietly files' for IPO


I'd go for storage through Pied Piper

Equifax UK admits: 400,000 Brits caught up in mega-breach


Re: equifax stock price still ~$90

"Since sep8 it has only dropped around $50. I would have expected much worse"

They haven't lost any customer data. They've only lost some data that they were selling anyway, nothing for their customers to be overly worried about. There's just a one-off cost involved to be seen to be doing something now, but other than that there shouldn't be too much impact on long-term proffitablity from this. (sadly).

Vodafone won't pay employee expenses for cups of coffee


Re: FFS. Vodafone, it's a stupid policy.

where did they say that the employee isn't allowed to have a break?

RBS sharpens axe again: 900 IT jobs to go by 2020


Comparing your cornershop with a multinational makes sense how?

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