Full stat certificate

say your going to a job interview could u just take your full stat cert for proof u can code

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no, you need to bring projects you have completed to tickle their interest in you, and then there are technical interviews (usually whiteboard algorithms solving, take home projects, problem solving, quizzes) you need to complete

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oh :slightly_smiling_face:

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also it is “full stack”
a “stack” is a set or technologies that together can make a fully fledged website with a client side and a server side
a stack is usually identified with an acronym, freeCodeCamp teaches the MERN stack

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You don’t usually bring anything with you to an interview. You prove that you can code by talking about your experiences, talking about the technologies used by the company you are interviewing with, answering questions, and doing exercises that include reading and writing code.

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oh so whats the point in a certificate

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Some people view the certificates as personal milestones in their learning.

Plus, not everyone on the forum is learning how to code so they can get a job.

A lot of people like to do it as a hobby and learn for fun.

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so theres really not much point with certificate if u want a job

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The only certificate that matters is a cs degree.

But like the others have mentioned it is really about the learning and building projects

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The certificate image itself? Not really. That’s just to mark your accomplishment. On a resume or linkedIn, it does show that you were able to complete something.

Being able to accomplish all the projects to earn a certificate? Yes. That matters very much.

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yeah i guess so :slightly_smiling_face:

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