I passed the CSA associate exam, yesterday morning
Just wanted to thank the Linux Acadamy team for your great course. I just used this course, the paper version of the offical book for the class, the Linux Acadamy practice tests, the Wiley (book site) practice tests and flash cards, and I did a number of practice labs using my free-tier AWS account. On the certificatoin exam, I scored highest on the "Designing highly available, cost efficient, fault tolerant, scalable systems" and I scored lower on the Implementation/Deployment, Security, and Troubleshooting test topics.
Since preparing for this exam and starting a machine learning course, I have this bad habit of seeing every real world issue in terms of a possible cloud solution. Is anyone else having this problem? :)