I’am curious about proving certification as a competent AR (augmented reality), VR (virtual reality), MR (mixed reality) developer. I’am aware that I can obtain Unity3D certification from their website, which is a game engine used to build VR/AR apps; however, is it worth just going for a nano-degree in VR from Udemy, or would I be fine obtaining certifications in the following technologies that compromise of VR/AR development?
i am new to artificial intelligence .since i had experience to know getting certificates is more useful than getting PhD in computer science for follow up my career, i wondered is there any famous Artificial intelligence certificates exist to grab while it is quit new technology?
does anybody know any international certification organisation where it is possible to get a certificate.
It should be recognisable by employers and online.
Assuming someone has a PhD, MD, CISSP, CPA, CFA, MS, etc. etc. What’s the proper way to order them after their name and is the comma needed after the last name? (i.e. Jane Smith, PhD, MD, etc. or John Smith MD, PhD, etc.)
I am interested in pursuing a couple of online courses and certifications but I am not sure if they will count towards my university credits or in getting a job. I found some courses from this article but i need to make sure that they will actually be beneficial for me. They also have mentioned a couple of online degrees from University of People. Does it count as an accredited degree worldwide?
I am working as an UI developer since last 2 years and i have good knowledge in java but no hands on experience. Now my total experience is 2.5 years and i am looking for big product companies in java domain.
Can anyone suggest me which ORACLE certification i should go for?
There are several certifications from Adobe, I want to add some certification with my Linkedin profile and others to showcase my professional qualification.
In College we learn all the different modules of CCNA(1,2,3,4) but unfortunately my College is not authorized to hand out the CCNA certificates even if we get a score of 70% or higher. I don’t know how much value these Certificates have for a job later. So I’m wondering if it is interesting to get them by myself and if they are, where are the cheapest place is to get those certificates in Europe.
When applying for positions in academia (I think the question is valid for economy as well) I add several documents to my application: cover letter/motivational letter, CV, publication list, PhD Certificate, Diploma, employers’ references. As a PhD student and as a post-doc I have visited several courses that train soft skills like conflict management and are certified. These courses are offered by the university and provide a certificat and a supplement.
For any application, should I attach both documents (certificate and supplement) or only the certificate?
All in all my application start to get quite bloated (around 16 to 22 pages).
I’ve got a CV that includes a certificate on a “DVV/ICC Stage-One Test for the Certification in English”. I don’t know this test. What is equivalent, e.g. w.r. to the European Framework (A1-C2) or TOEFL score?