“I hear you’ve got a saying: ‘Understanding is a three-edged sword.’ Well, we’ve got a saying too: ‘Put your money where your mouth is.'” – John Sheridan
Over the past few months, I’ve been taking prep courses and otherwise studying for the AWS Certified Developer exam. The goal that I originally set was to have this finished by the end of summer. While I’m a couple of weeks late, I’m proud to say that I passed!
I want to give an endorsement of A Cloud Guru’s coursework and practice exams in being crucial to my preparation and practice leading up to the exam. While certifications are meant to essentially ratify existing knowledge, taking a timed and closed book exam can be very daunting for those of us who can generally check our phones if we’re not sure of specs or limits off the top of our head.
So, what’s next? I’m not really sure other that to say that AWS and other cloud framework knowledge fits very well into the ServiceNow space with offerings like Discovery and Orchestration. If there’s continued benefit from gaining knowledge in this space, then I’ll probably dive a little deeper.
Thanks to all for your support and encouragement during this journey.I invite you to share your own experiences and opinions on AWS certification or certifications in general. As always, if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to add them here or address them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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