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wholl0p16898dDepends, in my interview I mentioned that I frequently use udemy and that I can provide the certificates if they want to see them and they seemed very positive about that (I never had to show the certs to them but I got the job)
wupewu4418dMy company is giving me free Udemy Business account, so I think saying that you use Udemy would be a good idea.
I like seeing Udemy/Udacity etc. IF it is not the only education they have. I love seeing it as continuing education. Granted, our HR involves me and a bottle of scotch, so I might not be the opinion you are looking for.
As far as what I really want to see, it's work experience in team environments, and a portfolio. I could care less about a CS degree, but a degree in general tells me you can go to school and deal with administrative BS and pass, which is actually a big deal in my mind. One of my devs has a degree in English lit. I let him interview the CS degree peoples some days and it is a blast.
As far as "finishing" a course and having the certificate, yes I care. Can you reach the end of a project, even when it's boring as all fuck? Great! Can you lie? Of course you fucking can. I'll post a rant sometime about all the people who lied on their resumes and some of the interviews/coding disasters.
In short: Yes, but not if you're a twat ;)
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