Well… You are great!
Today I am starting beta.
Well… You are great!
The new FCC is here finally !
The line on the new certificate that goes like this seem unnecessarily convoluted :
1 of 6 freeCdeCamp certifications, representing approximately 300 hours of coursework
isn’t it a bit odd to put the number of certificates available on the new finished certificate like an ad? Probably that first part should go to instead highlight the 300 hours of coursework.
When I went to college, I’m sure there were hundreds of certificates available too, but on the certificate I earned it’s shown as just the one I passed, not how many were available
As the number of certificates decreases or grows, it’s not a matter for the certificate to quantify. It’s about the person who earned it. They are your brand awareness ambassadors, not the certificate itself.
Let’s keep the focus on their achievement.
EDIT: Also 1/6 in any context I’m sure can find a way to be taken out of context! Especially when HR is involved. They might think you’re not done yet, which undermines your achievement
“Pfff, you got only 1 out of 6? Yeah, gonna go with this other guy for this job.”
Yeah I’m worried about that too. 1/6 in any context I’m sure can find a way to be taken out of context! Especially when HR is involved. They might think you’re not done yet
Quick question: Do we, now with new curriculum, have to complete everything other than projects in order to get certification ?
No, you will only need the projects and some algorithms. Go to https://www.freecodecamp.org/settings and scroll down to Certification Settings to see what you need to do for each certificate.
That’s exactly what I did and it is not letting me claim API certification yet I have finished all projects required for certification.
My legacy solutions are disappear. Is it passable to see them again?
all your legacy solutions?
Yes. I am preparing coding interview, it will be helpful if I can review them again.
You’re very welcome
Sure thing! Glad it’s getting fixed.
Go to https://www.freecodecamp.org/settings 20 and scroll down to Certification Settings to see what you need to do for each certificate.
Thank you very much! I did not even think to look there!
Hello. https://www.freecodecamp.org/settings doesn’t seem to be working. Is there any process I must go through to get a certificate once I’ve completed the required projects, or are the certificates awarded automatically?
Go to settings.
Accept the academic policy.
Submit all of the project urls.
Ah, I was trying to get to the page using Safari. Able to see it now. Thanks!