I have gotten a lot of email from people who wished me well and wanted to find out the status of my recent Masters rotation. I’m working on a bigger write-up, but here’s the short form:
- It was intense. I had a ton of fun, I learned more than I thought I could, and I met a lot of great people who are scary smart. I was also exhausted after it was all said and done.
- It was worth the money. Paul breaks it down for you here, and I agree with every data point. I think it’s fair to ignore the cost of travel, because no matter where you go for training, you’d have to pay it.
- I’m not yet a Master. There’s four tests you have to pass, and I only nailed three of them. I’m now patiently waiting word for retests, as are several of my classmates, and then we’ll knock ’em dead.
Thank you, everyone, for your well-wishes and questions. As I said, I’m working on a longer post or series of posts, but those will be a bit delayed in coming because I want to run them by the folks at the MCM/MCA program to make sure that I’m not talking about stuff I shouldn’t be.