Is certification required to become a full stack developer?

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Is certification required to become a full stack developer?
Nov 30, 2018 in Career Counselling by Ali
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Knowledge matters more than certification but since many companies expect you to have certification which is like a proof that you've learnt it, its better to get a certification. There are many e-learning companies that provide certification. To become a full stack developer you need to know many different languages and udemy and edureka provide really good courses. All the best:)
answered Nov 30, 2018 by Kedarnath
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Yes and No. This confusion has always been there for IT people. Well, it depends on the company. Some companies expect certifications and some only want skills. But in between Certification and Skills, I would always choose skills. Certifications are to show your capacity for doing something. But I believe that when your work can show your capacity, you don't need certifications.
answered Feb 8 by Isha
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Depends on the company you're applying for. Few companies expect certificates while some just expect knowledge. I personally feel knowledge should be appreciated more than certificates. 

This also depends on the way you study. If you study just from the internet and able to grasp everything and speak confidently in front of the interviewer, good for you. 

If you lack the confidence, you might as well get a certifies training where the certificate will make the point for you. 

answered Feb 22 by Yesha
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Certification is required to become a full stack developer because certification is the symbol of that you are done this course or you are master in this course and you got good opportunities to get a good job. if you don't have certification in the full stack you can't get good job as compare to the person having certification.if you don't have certification in full stack firstly do  Full stack training with certification .

Advantages of the certification

  • Gain a Competitive Advantage
  • Execute Projects with Increased Efficiency

  • Increase Your Earning Potential

  • Update Your Knowledge and Skills

  • Build Professional Credibility

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