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Stack Overflow thinks it can make resumes for developers suck less

You don’t need a degree in Computer Science to be a coder. According to the 2016 Stack Overflow Developer Survey, 56 percent of software developers questioned lack traditional accreditation. Instead, they have honed their skills through a combination of side projects, MOOCs, open courseware, and self-study. While this sounds great in an interview, it’s extremely difficult to convey on a traditional resumé.
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