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AWS for Java Developers Course

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AWS for Java Developers Course

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Linkerd, the open source service mesh for cloud native applications. Get the complete guide to using Linkerd and Kubernetes to build scalable, resilient applications.

This is your last chance to sign up for the Amazon Web Services for Java Developers course that I will be teaching for the University of California, Irvine starting next Monday. The class is 100% online and open to everyone, anywhere in the world. The class runs for 10 weeks and is delivered asynchronously, meaning you can complete the tasks each week when it suits you during that week.

This week is Orientation Week (a chance to test your login information) and the real material begins next Monday the 2nd of July. So this really is your last chance to enroll!

If you want to find out a little more about the class before signing up, you can watch this recorded webinar that goes over everything you need to know.

All that you need to participate is an internet connection, an interest in Java development and a desire to take your code to the next level by deploying it on the most dominant cloud solution out there now, Amazon Web Services.

Ready to enroll? Perfect! Enrollment is 100% online and can be done via this University of California website.

Linkerd, the open source service mesh for cloud native applications. Get the complete guide to using Linkerd and Kubernetes to build scalable, resilient applications.

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