Update: Azure Content for 2018
We posted earlier this year about our content creation process for Microsoft Azure certification content. We appreciate everyone’s patience and wanted to share a quick update on that content.
Over the past few months, we have worked hard to build out our Azure team in order to update the certification content here at Linux Academy. We now have three dedicated Course Authors (Michael Heydt, Thomas Kilgore, and Trey Hatch) that are working hard to update the certification preparation courses for:
- Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions (Exam 70-532)
- Implementing Microsoft Azure Solutions (Exam 70-533)
- Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions (Exam 70-535)
All of these courses are underway and will be launching in July of this year (first part of the third quarter). In addition to fully covering all current objectives (including the late 2017 changes), these courses will launch with Azure Labs (these are interactive, actual live Azure environments where you will be able to practice key concepts and receive feedback as you progress through each step) and interactive diagrams. These interactive diagrams were pioneered by Linux Academy in our AWS domain which we are carrying over to the other cloud domains as we build content going forward.
Our new Azure courses created by our dedicated course authors (fully loaded with labs, diagrams, quizzes, exams, flash cards and study guides) is the gold standard (moving forward) for your preparation to succeed in any of these certifications.
Join me to welcome aboard our new Azure team, and we cannot wait for you all to see what they have been working so hard on! Stay tuned
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