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Excellent advice. If I were hiring, experience with HTML, CSS,
On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 6:12 AM, Daniel Friedman
<daniel -dot- friedman42 -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> ... Someone starting out would probably be better served spending their time
> building portfolio pieces through school or by volunteering time to a
> non-profit or open-source projects on github.
> If certification was to be pursued, it might be better to go for certs in
> specific subject-domains relevant to the industries that you are trying to
> break into. For example, in IT it would show a good baseline of knowledge
> to get the COMPTIA A+ or the entry level Microsoft MCSE: Desktop
> Infastructure cert. I am not familiar with other industries, but I am sure
> there are similar courses/certifications for
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