Exam Readiness: AWS Certified Developer – Associate (ACDA-EX)

Course Description Schedule

Course Overview

The AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam validates technical expertise in developing and maintaining applications on the AWS platform. In this half-day, intermediate-level course, learn how to prepare for the exam by exploring the exam’s topic areas, mapping them to developing on AWS, and identifying specific areas to study. You will review sample exam questions in each topic area and learn how to interpret the concepts being tested so that you can better eliminate incorrect responses.

This course is delivered through a mix of:

  • Classroom training
  • Sample exam questions

Who should attend

Developers who are preparing to take the AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam


We recommend that attendees of this course have the following prerequisites:

  • One or more years of hands-on experience designing and maintaining an AWS-based application
  • In-depth knowledge of at least one high-level programming language
  • Developing on AWS (AWSD) or equivalent knowledge

Course Objectives

This course teaches you how to:

  • Understand the exam structure and question types
  • Identify questions that relate to AWS development concepts
  • Interpret the concepts being tested by an exam question
  • Allocate your time studying for the exam

Course Content

This course covers the following concepts:

  • Exam overview and structure
  • Content domains and question breakdown
  • Topics and concepts within content domains
  • Question structure and interpretation techniques
  • Sample exam questions
Classroom Training
Modality: C

Duration 1 day

Price (excl. tax)
  • Eastern Europe: 500.- €
Dates and Booking
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12/09/2019 Virtual Class Course language: English Enroll
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