arulk pillai wrote:
-- Self-taught projects
-- Open-source contribution
-- Volunteer work
Hands on experience is very valuable and it can boost your confidence.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Arulk's point is that having experience is more important than having a large number of certificates.
but sir i think(for me only) that certification is the best method to tell the employer that i know something. if i choose one of the other means written above, how can i prove my proficiency before the recruiters ?
as a fresher i don't know much about the above ideas.i know just the basics.i don't know how can i involve myself in them.
arulk pillai wrote:The fastest way to get on top of all these is via hands-on experience and at the same time lerning the fundamentals via online resources.
You aren't asking too many questions.
avi sinha wrote: sorry if i am asking too many questions...
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