The AWS Developer training builds on the information covered in the AWS Technical Essentials course. In this course, you will develop your coding skills, develop scalable apps, integrate application security, test applications, and become proficient with key AWS services including S3, Dynamo DB, Elastic Beanstalk, and CloudFormation.
Recent surveys have shown that 83% of enterprise workloads would
migrate to the cloud. This suggests that anyone with an AWS Developer Associate
certification will have no trouble finding employment. The average salary for
AWS-certified associates is close to USD 113,932.
Developers with at least a year of experience using AWS services like Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service, Amazon Simple Notification Service, and Amazon Simple Workflow Service as well as AWS Elastic Beanstalk and AWS CloudFormation are eligible to take the AWS Certified Developer Associate Level exam.
Either a high school diploma or an undergraduate degree is required for learners. You must complete the AWS Technical Essentials course or have extensive practical expertise with a variety of AWS services. You must have experience building stateless, loosely coupled distributed applications as well as API interfaces. Additionally, a basic understanding of relational and non-relational databases, as well as messaging and queue systems, is required.
Certification & Exam
To become an AWS developer associate, you must register for the certification exam at one of the more than 750 Kryterion testing facilities worldwide.
Yes, as part of our course, we provide 1 practice test to help you get ready for your certification exam. Try out this free AWS Developer Associate practice test to get a feel for the types of examinations that are discussed in the course content.