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#38 5 good reasons not to get AWS certified

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Walid El Sayed Aly
by Walid El Sayed Aly on
Thank you so much for the 5 reasons why we should not certify AWS. I totally agree with you, and I also find through blogs, Twitter, GitHub and other open projects are better the skills to refer instead of a certification. But most customers and recruiters are unfortunately not yet able to measure such resources. And they want to show the easiest certificates.

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