Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Who should watch this course, part of Cloud Computing Career Paths and Certifications: First Steps.
- [Instructor] So you may be wondering who this course is designed for, and, really, there's two different ways to approach this course or to think about. The first is I provided very detailed mappings for people who are already working in the industry, so they'd be working in enterprise as maybe a network admin, a IT pro, a developer or programmer, or a database administrator. And I've got mappings from how those jobs now exist in Cloud-based solutions. Now, in addition to that, people who are new to the industry, maybe graduating students, people who want to do a career change into technology, I believe will find value in this course, because I do have lists of skills, I have emphasized which skills are the most in-demand.
And so the goal with this is that you'll come out of it understanding what the skills are, what the jobs are, and you can match what you're interested in and figure out a path towards your Cloud career.
- Reviewing IT pro, developer, analyst, and architect roles
- Reviewing IT pro skills, including virtualization, networking, and scripting
- Working with programming languages
- Reviewing AWS, Azure, GCP, and IBM certifications
- Reviewing cloud career paths
- Understanding emerging technologies and careers
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Google Cloud Platform Essential Trainingwith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
2. IT Pro Skills
3. Developer Skills
5. Cloud Career Paths
6. Future of the Cloud
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