This post is part of the series Microsoft Azure Certification - AZ-203
Microsoft recently revamped and reorganized its Cloud certification process. These changes the majority of the time, are confusing and require some remedial tests to validate your current certification.
However, for the 2019 certification path, Microsoft has done a great job with the new categorization process, which groups the certifications in 8 different roles:
Azure Developer Associate
Azure Administrator Associate
Azure Security Engineer Associate
Azure DevOps Engineer Expert
Azure Data Engineer Associate
Azure AI Engineer Associate
Azure Data Scientist Associate
Azure Solutions Architect Expert
As part of the certification track, Microsoft also released a program called Azure Fundamentals. This certification (which I heard is not that easy) helps developers learn the essentials of Azure.
Microsoft recommends reviewing this certification as a lot of things have changed recently.
To see the details of each certification, click on the links above. My first attempt and the reason why I started this blog was to share my journey about the Azure Developer Associate Certification, which requires only one exam: the AZ-203.
I’ll start a new thread to describe the objectives and how I have been studying for the exam.
Continue reading this series:
Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate – Exam AZ-203