So I passed my AWS solutions architect associate exam on the 27th September. I think I ended up with about 87%
Pretty happy with that. Now trying to decide if I’m going to go for the systems administrator exam and developer exam or if I’m going to concentrate on solutions architecture.
I’m also eyeing up an open university degree in computing. I say I’m eyeing it up, I’ve registered and I’m waiting to see if I get approved for a part time student loan.
BSc (Honours) Computing and IT
Sounds impressive doesn’t it?
From a career perspective, it won’t give me much more in terms of experience and career usable knowledge – especially in an ever changing cloud landscape.
What it will give me, is a revisit to solid maths for the first time in over 20 years and a grounding in programming that I felt has always been missing from my repertoire.
I feel a deeper understanding of the maths side of things along with some hardcore software development will help with both my python and bash scripting.
I can read most code (even badly commented code) and tell you what it does. What I struggle with is writing something from scratch. Hoping this will help. Plus there’s some cool modules like robotics which I’ve always had an interest in.
If I decided to go for the networking speciality there’s always the option to revisit the CCNA too. We’ll see.
Next few months promise to be exciting regardless.Share on: