Today I want to introduce you to one of the most important component of CloudCareer, our product designed to help you studying and testing your skills for cloud computing certifications. In this case we are always speaking about CloudCareer for AWS Solutions Architect Solution Certification, that is now available in CloudAcademy.com with 2 plan, monthly with 250 quizzes and learning statements and one time with 75 quizzes. In this article we show you how to use our learning statements to study and learn new things once you have completed your quizzes.
How to prepare for the AWS Solutions Architect exam
Many people are using CloudAcademy.com to study and learn new things for the AWS Solutions Architect certification by Amazon. This is becoming one of the most important and famous certification in the cloud computing industry, and we have more and more users trying to achieve this. We have dedicated a lot of articles about this certification, here you can read a testimonial with some deep details about topics and the level of difficulty of the certification exam.
CloudCareer Learning Statements for AWS Solutions Architect
A learning statement is a simple piece of learning text that explain you a specific topic and argument related to AWS. Once you have completed your CloudCareer path, you will see a link called “Statements”. If you click, you’ll get this interface:
Once you enter in the statements page, you’ll get a similar page. Read all the explanations added to understand all the commands:
Learning Statements are particularly useful once you finish your path to review your knowledge and learn more about single services. In our first month of availability of CloudCareer we have seen many users reading statements and reviewing for many single services: chances are you don’t know so much about specific tags like SES or SNS, even if you will find them in your certification, and in this case, our learning statements help you understanding how they works and how you can find them in your exam.
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