How I got a second degree and earned 5 developer certifications in just one year, while working and…
Beau Carnes

It sounds like your only care about getting the certificate as fast as you can.But there is a lot of value in taking your time and certificates are meaningless.

After developing for most of my life and working as a professional developer for almost a decade I still learn new stuff every day. I still find stuff I thought I knew that I didn’t understood correctly and new information that make me think about stuff differently.

If your end goal is only to get a job in the industry it might be OK (but with market today you probably don’t need a certificated for that any way) but if your goal is to gain knowledge I doubt if you can get a proper value out of these courses by trying to finish them as fast as you can.

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