Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Certifications, part of Developer Career Paths and Certifications.
- [Instructor] There are numerous available…certifications in software engineering.…Some of them are vendor-specific and others are not.…One of the first vendor-neutral software engineering…certifications was Certified Software Development…Professional, or CSDP, which was offered…by the IEEE Computer Society.…The IEEE Computer Society's now offering a new…certification called Professional Software…Engineering Master Certification…which consists of two parts.…
The first part is an exam asking questions regarding…several knowledge areas in software engineering…including software engineering management,…software engineering process…and software engineering models and methods.…The second part is proctored and composed…of two applied coding exams lasting three hours each.…The National Council of Examiners for Engineers…and Surveyors, or NCEES, started offering Principles…and Practice of Engineering, or PE, software…engineering exam but decided to discontinue it…due to the lack of interest.…
Vendor-specific exams appeared to be doing much better.…
- Technical preparation for IT career paths
- Importance of soft skills
- Software engineering career options
- Careers in system administration
- Working in cybersecurity
- Careers in data science
- Working with machine learning
- Pursuing certifications
- Preparation tips
Skill Level Beginner
1. An Overview of IT Developer Careers
2. Software Engineering
3. System Administration
5. Data Science
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