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Is it appropriate to ask about Android certification providers in Stack Overflow?

There is this new Android Academy Certifications and I would like to ask about the validity/acceptance of such certifications in the development community.

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If your name is Paulo and you are going to write that at the end of your questions, why not just change your username from user657778 to Paulo? – Yannis Jun 4 '12 at 15:05

It might fit into based on the "freelancing and business concerns" bullet in the faq, but it definitely doesn't belong on StackOverflow.

Of course, a lot depends on how you phrase your question there. You might want to ask on Programmers Meta instead of here.

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Latest ProgSE questions that fit the "validity/acceptance of such certifications in the development community" description were heavily down voted. I don't think they are good questions for Stack Exchange in general... – Yannis Jun 4 '12 at 16:04

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