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You'd think creating software with Cisco's DevNet would be something reserved for experienced developers. But that's not the case. We took a look at DevNet to see how new and less experienced developers could take advantage of of it.


Certification exams can be both tricky and expensive, so if you're a nervous virtualisation expert-in-training, this could be welcome news. From now until 31 March 2014, VMware will allow anyone who fails a certification exam to take it again, free of charge.


Dear Lifehacker, I'm in a bit of a pickle about where I want my IT career to go. I currently work full-time for an IT company, but I haven't got any certifications or diplomas in anything yet. Would be a good idea to drop down to part time next year and go out and get a diploma in IT or management? Thanks, Confused Worker


Certification is a prerequisite for many IT pro roles. If you've been busy deploying Amazon Web Services, you'll soon be able to certify your skills, with Amazon introducing a range of certification options.


Certification is essential for many IT roles, but taking the exams can be expensive. Microsoft is currently running a promotion where you can take a certification exam for free a second time if you don't pass the first time around.