The day you’ve been waiting for has arrived. We’re proud to announce the availability today of DevNet Certifications.
The Cisco DevNet team had vision to upskill our software development community by providing the tools our community need to become the hero in their respective organizations.
Starting today, you can book your exam and get ready to take your career to the next level.
When you earn your Cisco DevNet Certification – Associate, Specialist or Professional level - you can solve business problems by harnessing the power of automation and programmability across the new network.
If you’re ready for DevNet Certifications today, start your journey here and get access the full suite of new tools and resources.
And if you’re ready to roll today, we’d love to see you be among the first 500 individuals who take and pass the test to be recognized as a DevNet 500. Let Susie Wee, SVP/GM Cisco DevNet & CX Ecosystem Success, tell you all about the DevNet 500 here.
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