W3bbo said:
leeappdalecom said:
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I suppose when you're contracting or consulting you sell your company to the client, rather than the people that make it up (even if it's only one or two people), and that's where past success is more important.
True but when I was working permanent for companies I didn't find not having a degree an issue as my past experience and subject knowledge was sufficient.

I suppose there is no right or wrong way and id rather have a degree than not but it's only a small part of the overall package.