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DevNation Day 2020

DevNation Day is a free, all-day immersive virtual experience created to bring you the most exciting developer and technology updates. It will cover four topics areas: Kubernetes/OpenShift, JavaScript, Python, and Java. You will hear from Red Hat Developer experts as well as leaders from across a number of companies and industries, including Google, MongoDB, Redis, Snyk, Tail, Auth0, Ionic, and more. Stay up-to-date on the latest technologies from the comfort of your own desk, and interface with our speakers through polls, chats, and on-stage participation. We look forward to ‘seeing’ you there!



The place for all things DevNation. Join developers across the globe for live and virtual events led by the Red Hat technologists who create our products. Sessions include weekly tech talks, deep dives on key developer topics, and live events.

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Red Hat Certification: for developers too!

Randolph Russell

Red Hat's certification program provides validation of IT professionals' skills and knowledge using our subscription products. What is less known is that Red Hat offers certifications for developers too!

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Red Hat goes DevOps - New certifications for developers

Lincoln Baxter III

As a developer, certifications offer a unique opportunity to increase your personal marketability - they are a tangible indication of your subject matter expertise. Not only can the necessary preparation provide an opportunity to learn new material, but having a way (the certification exam) to verify you've actually learned the core skills can be a valuable tool to ensure you're "doing and learning the right things". There is constant debate about the utility of certifications within some IT circles, but...