Hi guys, I'm trying for a career switch and twice now its come up during interviews that I may be lying about the software I know. No one has ever asked me software specific questions but twice I was told it was "unlikely" that someone really knows the software I listed. I do not have some outlandish software list, I use programs that are quite common (Adobe Photoshop/After Effects, Unity3D, XCode, Visual Studio, Maya, ZBrush, Corel Painter, Microsoft Office, stuff like that). My idea to combat this was two fold. First, the one website I use for training (Lynda.com) has printable certificates when you complete the course. I've printed them all and put them in the same binder I put my resume copies in case anyone wants to see. Sadly, the site I use most (Digital Tutors) has no such certificate system. The second is that I am working on an online portfolio showcasing things I have made in each software I list on my resume, that way in case the question comes up, someone can look at it and see I'm not lying. Has anyone had this happen to them? Any thoughts on my idea to combat this? I do not want to leave off software listed because I worked hard to learn those softwares to use for a resume.