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Realistically, how much leverage do online class credits give my resume? I’ve been taking a series of online coding courses this year and adding them onto my resume but I’m wondering if that’s enough to attract attention from corporate recruiters to my applications. I feel the courses helped me build a good foundation of knowledge on different coding languages but I don’t think employers associate self taught online coursework as previous experience. How can I add more value to my self taught training experience in order to become a more legitimate candidate for an entry level coding job?
How do you choose a beginners level online class? I’m looking at different sites like (Udemy and EdX) for online classes in data programming and analytics but there’s literally a hand full of beginner level classes for each area I’m interested in learning. These fields are all new to me so I don’t really know what would be the standard course outline and tasks I should expect to learn from an entry level course. The rating is about a (4.5 out of 5) average for all them but some have higher students enrolled. Is there anything else I should be checking about the class or instructor before buying the course?