Today on offer via our Web Services section of Neowin Deals, you can save a couple of hundred dollars on a Amazon Web Services Certification Bundle, which includes a 93% discount. Excel in the world of Cloud Computing--Pass the AWS Solutions Architect & Developer Exams!
What's it all about?
More and more companies look to Amazon Web Services for their cloud-computing needs, and the CDA exam is a surefire way to impress potential employers with your knowledge. AMS developers specialize in building and maintaining apps created specifically for the Amazon platform, and this course will dive into the concepts required to both be successful in the field and pass this highly-respected certification exam.
- Amazon Web Services Certified Developer - Associate Level
Code & Manage Apps for the AWS Platform
Cloud hosting is the future of technology, and this course will prepare you for a successful career on the front-lines of innovation. Instructed by an AWS Certified Solutions Architect, this detailed training will teach you to build and host applications with hands-on exercises. Through studying the infrastructure of an application, including each and every component, even a complete beginner will feel confident in passing the Certified Solutions Architect exam.
- Amazon Web Services Certified Solutions Architect - AL
Go from Beginner to Certified Pro with This CSA Prep Course
How do you benefit?
The Amazon Web Services Certification Bundle normally retails at $278, but you can pick it up for just $19 for a limited time. You can even get $10 credit if you share the deal (below the Add to cart button) with friends.
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