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Are technical certifications of any worth

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The only exception is if the program is particularly well known for being rigorous and having high standards. "Why wouldn't you want to work for them?"Because the vast majority of tech industry certifications is all fluff and marketing, with practically no correlation with competence. They believe themselves incapable of working in real jobs, they signal this incapability, and employers generally hate working with them because they're needy and unprofessional. Someone desiring to be an employee signals this desire by putting down the books and getting a job. tptacek 788 days ago linkWhatever marginal value they have as a signal of commitment is swamped by their negative signaling. Top caliber talent won't usually be certified; why waste the time getting "certified" by organizations that are probably less competent than you?Successive rounds of adverse selection produce a "certified" pool of candidates Nike Air Max 1 Kidrobot who are unwilling or unable to achieve a basic level of facility in their field on their own, which is its own negative signal. bifrost 787 days ago linkI agree with that basically. I've spent the last 10 years kinda being a "fixer" but mostly a network engineer. I haven't had time for any certs, I'm too busy working. When I have time for certs, who knows what'll be going on.

Even degrees don't mean much. It's not like you get to skip the fizzbuzz and trivia/whiteboard gauntlet by virtue of a fancy CS degree from Yale. And there are plenty of people with no certifications or degrees that are top notch producers. There's no correlation. Their experience is non existent, also known as academic knowledge. People know what John Carmack, Larry Wall, and Linus Torvald's skills are, and it has nothing to do with any degrees they may or may not have. mwd_ 788 days ago Nike Air Max 97 Hyperfuse Nrg Metallic Silver

go too far the other way, but it's just as wrong to fetishize "real world experience". henrikschroder 788 days ago linkIn my experience, there are three kinds of people who get certified:1) The highly competent who happened to be bored an afternoon and got one as a joke, or just to check how easy it was to get one, or as a result of a stupid bet. These people usually never mention their certifications on their resumes.2) The competent people who were forced by their company to get certified for whatever reason. If you ask them they'll tell you, and it might be on their resumes, but as a footnote.3) Finally, the incompetent people, who think the certifications are actually worth anything. They'll proudly highlight what they got, thinking other people will be impressed. When hiring, this is obviously a strong negative marker. bane 788 days ago link3) Finally, the incompetent people, who think the certifications are actually worth anything. They'll proudly highlight what they got, thinking other people will be impressed. Think "IT guy for a department store". In my experience, anyone who hires you for the cert over experience, you don't actually want to work for. This could potentially save you hours/days in the dealing with support and is generally worth it in terms of time for you and your employer. mindcrime 788 days ago linkIn my experience, anyone who hires you for the cert over experienceBut isn't that usually a false dichotomy? That is, people don't hire just for certs, or just for experience. That's also why presence of an undergrad degree is, for me, not at all a signal while hiring. Nike Air Max Zero Pink

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linkThere's no correlationI would guess that there is a very high correlation between CS degrees and programming or problem solving ability. I've worked in a pretty good lab full of grad students and their average skill level was dramatically higher than what you find at an average company (or at least, what I've seen working at half a dozen or so places), let alone what you see from average job applicants. Upon graduation most of these people easily found jobs at places like Google. Some of the old professions like law or medicine do Air Max 1 The 6

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