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Poor Man's .NET Framework Certification

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I am a C# .NET Full Stack developer who needs to study a comprehensive course to fill in any missing gaps. As far as I recall, the Microsoft version costs thousands. Or can you use the materials for free, then just pay only when you want the certification?

What alternatives are there?

I feel like a handful of PluralSight videos might not be as comprehensive, although at $49/month is a great bargain.

Suggestions?

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As I understand there is no such a comprehensive course. There are many individual courses. May be I'm missing something. But different individuals and companies have different ideas about what's involved.

I like the citation:
The idea of a “full-stack developer” isn’t about being fluent in every possible technology there is, because specialization exists for a reason. It’s more about having an understanding in each of the areas above, to communicate intelligently between team members and to be a good asset if the situation needs it.
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