Let’s face it. Developer certifications have a bad reputation in the developer community. Unfortunately, they got devalued over time by pressing “Return on Investment” business priorities–companies kept passing more and more people to meet sales quotas. The bar either kept dropping down or you were given courseware to study with exact questions.
In addition, our industry as a whole stopped certifying knowledge you should have acquired on real life projects. The college model of book study and exam was replicated. The industry was merely certifying your ability to memorize information. That’s such pre-Google thinking.
I’ll be first to admit that I earned my Microsoft Solution Developer certification some 10 years ago by cramming each exam in two weeks study time. I had passed all requirements, but in real life I had never developed and deployed a .NET app. Still, it looked good on my resume.
How is Kendo UI certification different?
What are the benefits of being Kendo UI Certified?
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