3rd week of January, 2020 has been quite productive. I managed to clear both Kubernetes certifications offered by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF); Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) & Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA).
Both these exams are quite different from other industry certifications; mainly due to the fact that both are performance-based exams & will test your problem-solving skills while debugging real issues. There are NO multiple-choice questions & each exercise requires you to interact with the Kubernetes cluster in some way.
Ever since I posted on LinkedIn, some of my connections wanted to understand how I managed to clear both exams within a week. So, I thought I’ll publish this blog to help candidates tackle two of the most intensive & popular DevOps certifications available today.
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