diep at xs4all.nl
Wed Oct 24 07:50:45 PDT 2012
All those conferences i happily visit them - yet in most cases you
just see governments overrepresented there and a few lost companies
that want to sell equipment. Now companies are interesting to me yet
not for the sort of question written down here.
The real scientists hardly show up there.
I can give some extreme examples.
As for Germany, realize that in vaste majority of IT related
companies there, you won't even get a manager without PHD degree.
My shelves here are overloaded with PHD thesises from German guys
which i would qualify as 'management paper'. Utter useless
writings - you can waste hours reading it and it just wastes your time.
So a master degree won't be Andrew Holways goal - a PHD will be - if
he wants to become manager :)
On Oct 24, 2012, at 3:52 PM, Hearns, John wrote:
> Have you thought of joining a professional society?
> For instance the IEEE or (again in the UK) the British Computer
> then apply for Chartered Engineer status.
> The reason I am suggesting this is that quite often in the UK a job
> a degree OR EQUIVALENT
> In Germany things are of course different.
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