Introducing Learning Paths for Developer Certification
Cesium has released learning paths to help you become a Cesium Certified Developer, even if you have no prior knowledge of Cesium.
Becoming certified can be daunting, especially if you're starting from scratch. That's why we've designed these learning paths to be accessible for developers of all backgrounds. Whether you're a seasoned Cesium developer or just starting, these learning paths will help you gain the knowledge and skills to submit a project and become a Cesium Certified Developer.
Here's a sneak peek at what's included in the learning paths:
Cesium: Foundations—In this course, you'll get a high-level overview of Cesium and its capabilities. You'll learn about the basics of 3D graphics and how Cesium enables you to create stunning 3D applications.
CesiumJS: Fundamentals—This course is where the real fun begins! You'll dive into the core concepts of Cesium, including how to import and manipulate 3D models, add layers and imagery, and work with terrain data. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid understanding of Cesium's capabilities and be ready to take on more advanced topics.
CesiumJS: Intermediate Applications—Once you've mastered the fundamentals, take things to the next level. In this course, you'll learn how to use Cesium to fuse data from multiple sources, create interactive experiences, and package your web application for deployment.
Cesium is a powerful and versatile platform, enabling you to create stunning 3D applications for various industries, from gaming to geospatial analysis. But more importantly, becoming a Cesium Certified Developer demonstrates to potential employers, clients, and peers that you have the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in today's competitive development landscape.
To advance your career, build stunning visualizations, or learn something new, start your journey on one of the new learning paths today and become a Cesium Certified Developer in 2023!
We plan to release more learning paths in the coming months, so stay tuned for more updates. If you want to contribute learning content to the community, contact email@example.com or share your feedback with the Cesium community.