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Amazon web service is one of the most popular skill among the software developers. Many guys started upskill this subject to be a part of digital transformation. Companies giving more value to the developers who has advanced IT skills.

 As I said in my previous post basic interview questions on Amazon web services really a quick start.
AWS materials that you really need
AWS materials that you really need
This is just beginning...

What is next how to start learning and be industry ready. You nee to have good laptop to begin your learning. If it is Ubantu pre installed one, really this is good for your study and practices...

What materials on line you need to refer. This is basically a question for developer. Just begin with AWS manuals published by AWS-Amazon web services.

AWS manuals or materials...

These you can refer are as follows
Then, manuals are look heavy with details. This is little complex to understand it as a beginner.

What next....

Read books....

Yes, reading AWS books and DevOps really a basic start you will get good knowledge.

I feel the below list is good books for AWS learners...
The next best option is learn Amazon web services in online way...

Really this method is awesome and saves time. They not only teach you about AWS but also suggest some good materials. These suggestion are really good to learn.

Our recommended and best selling video courses on amazon web services are as follows.

The list may be short but these are value courses...

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