The Amazon Web Services cloud practitioner exam is an exam for “individuals who have the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively demonstrate an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles addressed by other AWS Certifications.”
The Amazon Web Services cloud practitioner exam is an exam for “individuals who have the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively demonstrate an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles addressed by other AWS Certifications.” For me, initially, I was bored in quarantine and wanted to take up a challenge. I’ve always loved technology and machine learning, so this was the perfect goal. But other than that, I wanted to obtain this certification because I wanted to gain experience for my future, and I found it fascinating. The wide variety of services and numerous unique use cases for each one, the way they all intertwined with another to create this enormous system that was able to accomplish something astounding.
There are multiple great resources out on the internet you can use to study for this exam, but I will be providing some of the courses that I thought were the most useful and the ones that really helped. First, “AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Exam Training 2020” by Neal Davis on Udemy summed up everything you need to know perfectly. But what I liked about this course was how Davis explained everything in extremely simple terms. However, while it was simple, it still went in-depth enough to cover everything you need to know. As a teenager who had no prior experience with AWS, I found it extremely beneficial and convenient when he explained everything with extreme detail in a straightforward manner. After completing this course, I took “AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 500 Practice Exam Questions” by Neal Davis on Udemy. I would say that this specific course and it’s practice questions were one of the most important things that helped me pass because many of the questions that appeared on these 500 set practice tests also showed up on the actual exam, which definitely made it a lot easier! Before realizing the Neal Davis courses worked best for me, I jumped around from course to course quite a lot, and this was actually quite beneficial because, sometimes the way that Davis explained something wouldn’t make sense to me so, I would look to see how other instructors would explain it. So below are a few courses that are worth briefly looking over if needed.
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