JSON has become a cornerstone in modern web development due to its simplicity, versatility, and compatibility with a wide range of programming languages and systems. It’s used extensively for data exchange in APIs, configuration files, and various other scenarios where data needs to be transmitted and interpreted by different software components.
As the backbone of data interchange in modern web development, JSON is the go-to format for transmitting data between a server and a web application, making it an essential skill for IT professionals working in web development, software engineering and API integrations.
“In today’s IT landscape, proficiency in data interchange is not just an advantage, it’s a necessity,” said Clyde Seepersad, SVP, General Manager, Training & Certification, Linux Foundation. “Our new JSON SkillCred proves you have the skills employers need.”
By earning the Open Data Formats: JSON (SC105), you demonstrate proficiency in working with JSON, showcasing abilities in handling data interchange efficiently and effectively and validates expertise in parsing, generating, and manipulating JSON data, providing an edge in the competitive IT job market.
SkillCreds are designed to be quick to acquire and add to a professional profile with each exam taking approximately 45 minutes. The various SkillCreds can be mixed and matched depending on your specific job title and needs. Participants that successfully pass the exam receive a non-expiring credential.