Adobe Certified Expert: One the Top Developer Certifications

It was widely believed that a developer does not need to have a certification. Developers have it much easier than networking professionals. They don’t need to have a credential to show their skills, as they already have a portfolio. However, web developers’ certifications are becoming more important as the IT industry becomes more sophisticated and more competitive. Even talented developers should now consider adding a formal credential and portfolio to their resume.
Tom’s IT Pro, a popular IT learning site, has published its top web certifications list for 2015. What can we see? According to the website web developers will be the best if they choose one of these certifications:
ACE: Adobe Certified Expert
MTA & MSSD: Microsoft Developer Certifications
Zend Certified Engineer PHP
Mark Lassoff’s Certified Web Developer
W3Schools Web Certifications HTML, CSS, JavaScript, & More
It’s obvious that there are only two brands that are widely recognized and have a wider appeal: Adobe and Microsoft. Does this mean that all certifications are useless? Not at all. They all have their own scope and smart blueprints. This could be a great way for you to improve your web development skills. However, if your job application is to get past screening, grab the attention of the hiring manager, and secure the interview, it makes more sense to work with a large brand like Adobe or Microsoft.
Let’s take a closer look at the ACE Adobe Certified Expert credential.
ACE: Adobe Certified Expert
Adobe is a leader in software development, particularly for graphics, design and publishing. Adobe’s new Adobe Certified Expert certification (ACE) covers a wide range of interactive and online content areas. You can either certify on a single Adobe product like Dreamweaver or you can achieve an ACE Specialist or Master certification that would validate your competence in a few Adobe solutions.
The ACE Specialist tracks are Web Specialist, Design Specialist and Video Specialist. Each track requires candidates to pass two or three exams. Candidates can also choose an elective exam.
The ACE Master tracks include CS Design Master, CS Web Master, and CS Video Master (CS stands to Creative Suite). Candidates must pass the current exam to be eligible for each product in their suite.
Adobe Specialist credentials:
Design Specialist
Web Specialist
Video Specialist
Rich Internet Application Specialist
Technical Communication Specialist
eLearning Suite Specialist
Adobe Master credentials:
CS Design Master
CS Web Master
CS Video Master
Adobe’s exams are very affordable, especially when compared to other certification tests. The initial Adobe certification exam costs $. Recertification costs only $60. All Adobe credentials are valid 2 years. Adobe offers many resources for all its exams. The most popular parts of its exam portfolio are well supported by aftermarket books and information sources. Are you planning to take an Adobe exam. ExamCollection has the most up-to-date braindumps.

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