Lies you learned about DevOps II

Starting a career in DevOps doesn't require prior experience. Contrary to popular belief, anyone can embark on the path of becoming a DevOps engineer, regardless of their background.

Lies you learned about DevOps II

As a newbie, you could decide to choose DevOps as your career path, but you need to start with the basics and begin to hone the necessary skills that will qualify you as a DevOps engineer.

You only need to embrace the opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed in the world of #DevOps!

Not true: You cannot start out as a DevOps engineer.

Contrary to what many think, you do not need years of tech experience to start out in DevOps. As a newbie, you can decide to follow the DevOps path. All you need to be a successful DevOps engineer is hands-on experience working with the tools and technologies used in DevOps. This can be gained through internships, freelance work, or personal projects. You can also contribute to open-source projects or participate in hackathons to gain relevant experience.

Not true: You need certifications to start out in DevOps.

Agreed, industry recognized certifications like Certified Cloud DevOps Engineer, Certified Kubernetes Administrator, or Jenkins Certified Engineer can help demonstrate your expertise and credibility as a DevOps engineer, but you can actually start out without them if you have working knowledge of the DevOps process.

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