2020 in Knowledge and Habits
Courses and Habits investments during the year
I always loved to learn. Anything. From IT technical stuff from bike mechanics, cooking and many other things. I guess I’m just too curious and wanna understand how stuff works.
Below I’ll list all the courses and general knowledge paths I have exposed myself during this year. Hope you enjoy:
Coursera and Udemy
Mostly used this platform to learn more about GCP and get myself ready for the GCP Associate Cloud Engineer Exam.
- Cloud Architecture with Google Cloud
- Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure
- Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation
- Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Core Services
- Elastic Google Cloud Infrastructure: Scaling and Automation
- Reliable Google Cloud Infrastructure: Design and Process
- Preparing for the Google Cloud Professional Cloud Architect Exam
- Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer Practice Exams
Larissa is a life and a career transition coach. She developed some smart courses about Emotional Intelligence, it was a great experience to learn with this group.
As I was close to Product creation, I feel I needed to learn more from market examples
Exposing myself to a C-Level group was a really interesting experience. Learn and be able to discuss with people that drive the business is always thoughtful
Without ANY doubt the best technical learning platform ever. It was really fun to learn GCP using Qwiklabs
- Google Cloud Essentials
- Data Engineering
- Cloud Architecture
- Deployment Manager
- Cloud Architecture - Design, Implement, and Manage
- Deploy to Kubernetes in Google Cloud
A Cloud Guru
This is the best example that methodology matters. Nice platform and good methods to show course contents
- AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020
- Google Certified Associate Cloud Engineer 2020
- AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals 2020
Official AWS Training for AWS CPE
Official Online Courses for Az-900
- Azure Fundamentals part 1: Describe core Azure concepts
- Azure Fundamentals part 2: Describe core Azure services
- Azure Fundamentals part 3: Describe core solutions and management tools on Azure
- Azure Fundamentals part 4: Describe general security and network security features
- Azure Fundamentals part 5: Describe identity, governance, privacy, and compliance features
- Azure Fundamentals part 6: Describe Azure cost management and service level agreements
Yep! Completed successfully.
And some other certs:
I’m using a headspace app to learn how to meditate. I still need to improve this ability a lot!
Yep! I’ve been trying some yoga. DownDog
2020 was a challenging year, but I provoked myself to be positive and tried to connect myself to new habits. Learning and trying different kinds of exercises was the focus, and as you are here, you may understand that writing has started to become a focus too.
Thank you for reading this post, hope you enjoyed it.
Read this article on Medium