The goal of this certificate is to provide everyone in the world the opportunity to showcase their expertise in ML in an increasingly AI-driven global job market. This certificate in TensorFlow development is intended as a foundational certificate for students, developers, and data scientists who want to demonstrate practical machine learning skills through the building and training of models using TensorFlow. The program consists of an assessment exam developed by the TensorFlow team. Developers who pass the exam can join our Certificate Network and display their certificate and badges on their resume, GitHub, and social media platforms including LinkedIn, making it easy to share their level of TensorFlow expertise with the world. Stay tuned as we are working to add certificate programs for more advanced and specialized TensorFlow practitioners.
Posted by Alina Shinkarsky, on behalf of the TensorFlow Team In the AI world today, more and more companies are looking to hire machine learning talent, and simultaneously, an increasing number of students and developers are looking for ways to gain and showcase their ML knowledge with formal recognition.
This Professional Certificate TensorFlow is one of the most in-demand and popular open-source deep learning frameworks available today. The DeepLearning.AI TensorFlow Developer Professional Certificate program teaches you applied machine learning skills with TensorFlow so you can build and train powerful models. In this hands-on, four-course Professional Certificate program, you'll learn the necessary tools to build scalable AI-powered applications with TensorFlow. After finishing this program, you'll be able to apply your new TensorFlow skills to a wide range of problems and projects. This program can help you prepare for the Google TensorFlow Certificate exam and bring you one step closer to achieving the Google TensorFlow Certificate.
Let's Encrypt has announced that the free secure certificate program is leaving beta in its push to encrypt 100 percent of the web. The certificate authority (CA) announced on Tuesday that the Let's Encrypt program has left the beta stage of testing after four months, having issued over 1.5 million HTTPS certificates to approximately three million websites worldwide. In a blog post, Let's Encrypt said the project is pushing "much closer" to the overall target of providing free security certificates to every webmaster online. Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates are implemented on websites to add a layer of encryption and additional security to communication between a user and website server. Without this layer, communication and transactions are more vulnerable to surveillance, drive-by attacks and potentially data theft.
Some of the most popular iOS apps are being pirated using Apple's very own developer program. According to a report by Reuters, software pirates are obtaining official Apple enterprise developer certificates in order to distribute hacked versions of iOS apps such as Pokemon Go, Angry Birds, Minecraft, and Spotify. Pirated app distributors such as TutuApp, AppValley, TweakBox, and Panda Helper offer free, hacked versions of normally paid software such as Minecraft and Angry Birds. These services also ad-free versions of Spotify's ad-supported streaming service and a version of Pokemon Go which enables cheating on the online multiplayer platform. The pirates generate revenue by offering a cheap yearly "VIP" subscription, which claims to offer more stable versions of all its pirated iPhone apps.