Challenge #2 - 2020


Ok AWS folks. So you've done a AWS certification and you want to develop your inner Architect. Well the 30 days of AWS cases is for you. Take some time and read, think and answer a few questions of "Why, What, How". Try to think it through, technology is one aspect but it's a lot about the business.

Warning your thinking may begin to change

Learning Challenges

Just a few ideas you can use to challenge yourself and gain cloud skills while you do it.

Challenge #1 2020

Ok Google folks. So you've done a Google certification and you want to develop you inner Architect. Well the 30 days of GCP cases is for you. Take some time and read, think and answer a few questions of "Why, What, How". Try to think it through, technology is one aspect but it's a lot about the business.

90 days of cloud

The idea is to do something related to cloud everyday. It could be as simple as reading or complex as a qwiklab quest or codelab

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Qwiklab quest

Need some controlled timed hands on lab time? Check out qwiklabs.

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Current Qwiklab quest


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Ahead in the cloud

Ahead in the Cloud

This is a good high level read so you can understand the business thinking a bit more. It's not always about the technology.

The Unicorn Project

This is like a graphic novel about everyday enterprise challenges and DevOps. It's realistic in that you can identify with many or a few of the characters.


Why Challenges?

Challenges are things you can do on your own, in your free time to learn something. The biggest challenge of completing a challenge is the discipline to actually finish it. The best way to take on a challenge is to allot the smallest amount of reasonable time on a daily basis to devote to the challenge.

Writer's thoughts

Talk is cheap. I mean anyone can say anything. If you want to achieve something then start trying and failing and trying again. Make your own story. AW

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