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Knowledge Pillars offers live-in-the-app vendor-neutral certifications for aspiring coding and web-editing professionals of all ages. We support individuals looking to validate their real skills.
Our State-approved certification exams can also easily be incorporated into the middle school, K-12, post-secondary and technical college curriculum.
Our exams go through quality standard settings to make sure we align to the highest psychometric parameters making our certifications a top set of credentials available worldwide.
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Unique vendor-neutral certification exams performed live-in-the-app.
This innovative technology is changing the future of skills validation. Test takers are asked to perform task-based activities which measure the capabilities and applied-skills of that individual, solving diverse problems and situations related to that certification exam domain, separating those candidates that ‘know’ from those who can ‘do’.
Python is one of the most loved programming languages by developers, data scientists, software engineers, and even hackers because of its versatility, flexibility, and object-oriented features.
A globally recognized industry certification for Python programming, granting coding specialists and software developers the ability to assess their knowledge and get credentials for their programming skills.
Swim into a sea of coding with the high-level C# programming. Validate your general-purpose, multi-paradigm programming skills and impress potential employers with your proven C# knowledge.
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“I could prove to my employer that I have the skills to do the job.”
I am a C# developer, but I have never taken a certification because I sense that exams cannot assess my skills in a proper way. I am a creative person, I am not comfortable with a multiple or single choice format exam, where my theoretical knowledge is tested but not my actual ability to code. I am a successful professional and I feel I would like to show what I can do, rather than flagging in a question-based exam. Knowledge Pillars exams are different because I attempt it doing what I do best which is coding – I can show my practical knowledge and get certified, owning credentials that value my real competence on a global scale.
Joe Bank, FireFox Coding
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