它对Microsoft职业认证课程有用吗[英] Is it useful for Microsoft Certification Course for career

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问题描述

你好,

我完成了理学学士学位.计算机科学.我有一年的 dotnet 经验.我想换公司,但没人考虑我.我想我应该继续深造.所以我决定为 dotnet 做微软认证考试.我不知道这对我的职业生涯是否有用.请任何人帮助我解决这个问题.有用还是没用?如果是的话,建议我哪一个对职业有用.

提前致谢.

推荐答案

首先,一般来说,对你的职业有帮助的,是你的教育(不是培训,而是教育,经验比这要好得多)培训,但教育非常重要;它可以是正式的或非正式的,但应该是真实的),你真正的知识、经验和个人素质.在我看来,认证根本不是教育,甚至不是接近;这是一种官僚主义,它被用来通过一些正式的标准来简化和"自动化"招聘.我个人从不关注认证这样的微小细节,可能更喜欢那些决定不浪费时间的人.请理解,这只是我的个人意见;我会尊重有人会在这个问题上提出非常不同的意见.

但是在某些公司或团队中,此类认证被视为一种价值,因此它仍然可以帮助您进行某些特定的职业发展.但仅此而已.我认为即使是那些重视认证的人也基本上同意这并不重要.这不是真正的教育,不能作为它的适当替代品.

此外,这在很大程度上取决于您想扮演什么角色.有些人从事创造性和创新性的工作;所有"真正的"软件开发都非常有创意.还有一些人更像是"训练有素的人员".对于这样的角色,认证更为重要.此外,你可以从第二类人开始,后来觉得这不是你的,逐渐转向更有创意的工作.这一切都取决于你的态度、目标、个人特质、行为和性格.

—SA

嗨,

我的个人意见:

您需要阅读书籍并且必须进行练习才能获得微软的认证.如果您真的对认证感兴趣,那就去吧,但不要使用市场上可用的转储.一些公司给予重要的认证.当面试官有两个选择并且都表现良好时,那么你可能比其他对手有更多的机会.

有时面试官认为这个人不仅在做他的工作,而且还在考虑他的个人进步.至少做点新东西,发表一些文章,每年发表一些开源项目或者准备更多的认证.所有这些选项都将使您的个人资料令人印象深刻.

所以我的建议是做点什么比什么都好.所以它会在你生活中的某个地方帮助你.去吧.

祝你好运
谢谢
-Amit Gajjar

这真的取决于你想进入哪个行业——计算机网络或应用程序开发.对于计算机网络人员来说,认证就是一切.对于刚进入该行业的人来说,它们甚至比传统教育更重要,并且认证集(例如微软的 MCSE)具有特定的美元价值.上次我足够关心检查时,一个全新的 MCSE(经验很少)以每年 40k 左右开始.

但是对于程序员来说就不同了.对于程序员来说,传统教育比证书更有价值.没有计算机科学学位,很难找到编码员的工作.证书本身不会这样做 - 除非它是 java 证书.SCJP 在行业中仍然享有相当多的尊重,很难获得,拥有 SCJP 的 Java 编码员的薪水较低(我上次看的时候)——大约 60k/年.

因此,您的简短回答是肯定的,获得 MSCD 或 SCJP 将帮助您获得第一份编码工作,但在获得几年经验后,您的学位和经验将成为潜在雇主在您的简历中寻找的内容.

希望这会有所帮助...

- 皮特

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问题描述

Hi,

I am completed B.Sc. Computer Science. I have one year experience for dotnet. I want to change company, but no one consider me. I think I should further studies. So I decide doing Microsoft Certification Exam for dotnet. I don''t know it is useful for my career. Please anybody help me for this problem. Is it useful or not? If yes, suggest me which one is useful for career.

Thanks in advance.

推荐答案

First of all, what can help you in the career in general, is your education (not training, but education, experience is much better then training, but education is very important; it can be formal or informal but should be real), you real knowledge, experience and personal qualities. In my opinion, certification is not education at all, not even close; it''s a kind of bureaucracy, and it is used to simplify and "automate" hiring by some formal criteria. I personally never pay attention for such tiny detail as certification, would probably prefer people who decided not to waste time on it. Please understand that this is only my personal opinion; and I would respect is someone would suggest a very different opinion on this matter.

But in some companies or teams such certification is considered as a value, so it still can help you in some particular career move. But hardly more than that. I think even those who value certifications would basically agree that this is not fundamentally important. This is not real education and cannot be a proper substitute to it.

Also, it highly depends on what role do you want to play. There are people who does creative and innovative work; and all "real" software development is pretty much creative. And there are people who are more like the "trained personnel". For such roles, certification is more important. Besides, you can start as a person of the second category and later feel that it''s not yours and gradually move to more creative work. It all depends on your attitudes, goals, personal traits, behavior and character.

—SA

Hi,

My Personal Opinion:

You need to read books and you have to do practice to get the certification of the microsoft. if you are really interested for the certification then go for it but do not use dump available in the market. Some of the company gives important to the certification. when interviewer have two choice and both perform well then you may have more chance then other opponent have.

Sometimes interviewer think that this guy is not only doing his work but he is also looking at his personal improvements. At least do something new, publish some articles, publish some opensource project every year or prepare for more certifications. this all options will make your profile impressive.

So my suggestion is doing something is better then nothing. so it will help you somewhere in your life. go for it.

Best of luck
Thanks
-Amit Gajjar

It really depends on which end of the industry you want to be in - computer networking or application development. For computer networking people, certifications are everything. They''re even more important then conventional education for people just starting in the industry, and certification sets ( Microsoft''s MCSE, for example) hold specific dollar values. The last time I cared enough to check, a brand new MCSE (with very little experience) started at something like 40k / yr.

However it''s different for programmers. For programmers, conventional education is more valuable then certifications. Without a computer science degree, it''s very difficult to get work as a coder. Certifications by themselves won''t do it - unless it''s a java cert. An SCJP still holds quite a bit of respect in the industry, is challenging to attain and Java coders with an SCJP start at a descent salary (the last time I looked) - somewhere around 60k / yr.

So the short answer for YOU is yes, getting something like a MSCD or a SCJP will help you get that first coding gig, but after getting a few years experience your degree and your experience will be what prospective employers will look for on your resume.

Hope this helps...

- Pete