Awhile back, I was asked two questions in Microsoft Learning regarding certifications.
How has certification helpe
Here is my opinion;
Because I chose a different path out of high school and did not have the option to attend a computer science class back then, I found it harder to break into the IT industry even though I had sufficient, and sometimes more, hands-on experience with the technologies than some of the Computer Science grads.
By acquiring certifications in the areas I wanted to focus on, I found more doors opening and more opportunities to interview and prove my knowledge and skills. Many employers told me that without the certifications on my resume, I would not have been offered an interview.
Because certifications are changing and the image they currently have in the industry, I find that messaging is very important and those wanting to pursue certification, should understand the benefits and the counter arguments against the “paper certified” moniker that exists out there.
Certifications can serve to show that you have expertise in using specific technologies. In other wor
If we are talking about an MCSE certification, then this shows that you have passe
By completing a Bachelor’s
The problem with the B.Sc. program is that once you have complete