Nothing learned there just clearing exams and getting degree and writing assignments and all
Which certifications should I acquire?
As far as I can see none of what you describe has anything to do with Arduinos so why are you asking your question on this Arduino Forum?That is a very sad statement. Maybe you were not paying attention.Now that you have a degree I suggest that the next thing is for you to identify a project you can create and be able to say "I did that" to show that you did actually get some value from your education and that you can move from theory to practice.It would probably be best if that project is within your present company - employers (current and future) attach a lot of value to staff who help the company. However, if there really is no opportunity within your company then a personal project would be a good idea. Maybe there are OpenSource IoT projects you could contribute to?That seems a strange question from someone who claims to have learned nothing while acquiring a degree....R
Can you provide me a good source for finding open-source IoT projects?
No, I have little or no interest in the concept.A person with an IT degree will probably have come across Google and, hopefully, the concept of doing his own research.Your value as an employee will be in direct proportion to your ability to find things yourself and explain them to others. ...R
...and most of were almost 10-12 years old knowledge...
Well, what kind of things have been changed in that time? For me, that is still fresh material.