UnixGuy wrote: »
True, but it also depends on the job you're applying to. If (for example), the job is heavy on Perl scripting AND you're comfortable with Perl, you can highlight the courses you did (even if not paid) AND/OR the projects you worked on including home lab stuff (as long as you point out they're in a home lab).
Use your best judgement, there are no hard set rules really
trojin wrote: »
I saw few times people publishing their "Certificate of completion" from Udemy or Cybrary on their LinkedIn profile.
mbarrett wrote: »
I can see where someone who goes to a live classroom and spends time learning the material would want to mention that they completed it as a way of demonstrating what they have been focused on. However, I'm not sure what value there is with posting a certificate saying you went to a website and played a video in your web browser.