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Last Edited by tmanXX July 11, 2019 at 10:19 AM
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The Ultimate AWS Data Master Class Bundle has 9 courses to get you up to speed on Amazon Web Services. The courses cover AWS, DevOPs, Kubernetes Mesosphere DC/OS, AWS Redshift, and more.

AWS delivers on-demand cloud computing solutions to help businesses scale and grow, including a vast number of Fortune 500 companies like Netflix, Airbnb, and Lyft. So, naturally, AWS masters are in high demand. Interested? This Ultimate AWS Data Master Class Bundle can get you up to speed for just $23.40 via StackSocial and maybe even kickstart a six-figure career.

With nine courses spanning everything from AWS and DevOps to Kubernetes and Redshift, this comprehensive training will outfit you with just about everything you need to know to become a cloud expert. (Fun fact: the average salary for Amazon Redshift data engineers alone is $103K.) It may sound super technical, but no prior knowledge is necessary to jump into this training. Anyone can give it a go and start earning the big bucks.

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What in the world is this?
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What in the world is this?
Amazon Web Services is a bundled remote computing service that provides cloud computing infrastructure over the Internet with storage, bandwidth and customized support for application programming interfaces (API).
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I would not invest in Amazon online to hold anything of value. Has anyone been locked out of their account because of "deep verification"? Your user name and password no longer count. Knowing what is inside your Amazon media library does not count. Knowing your credit card numbers and purchase history for years do not count. "For your protection" no human at Amazon CS or security can manually verify who you are. The customer service rep on the phone told me she personally lost her account to deep verification and had to start a new account. The default suggestion from both security and CS when this happens is to create a new account. Hal is in command.
I had this happen with ATT. I lost my email that I had for 12 years because I couldn't produce a bill from 10 years ago.
There was no other way to unlock the account because there was a typo in my last name. I could not guess what the typo was and although the CSR understood it was a genuine typo. There was no way around the automated system.
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I had this happen with ATT. I lost my email that I had for 12 years because I couldn't produce a bill from 10 years ago.
There was no other way to unlock the account because there was a typo in my last name. I could not guess what the typo was and although the CSR understood it was a genuine typo. There was no way around the automated system.
This is when I cancel and use a different product/service. Thats ridiculous
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What is Stack social?
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I would not invest in Amazon online to hold anything of value. Has anyone been locked out of their account because of "deep verification"? Your user name and password no longer count. Knowing what is inside your Amazon media library does not count. Knowing your credit card numbers and purchase history for years do not count. "For your protection" no human at Amazon CS or security can manually verify who you are. The customer service rep on the phone told me she personally lost her account to deep verification and had to start a new account. The default suggestion from both security and CS when this happens is to create a new account. Hal is in command.
AWS is different than Amazon's customer offerings. Many large companies, like Netflix, are using AWS to migrate their entire infrastructure from on-prem to the cloud. Your experience is crappy for sure, but is unrelated to this deal. It's for learning development and architecture of AWS. Professional skills, not shopping with Amazon.
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I thought ude my prices are the joke, but seeing original price vs current price suggest this course is junk
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I would not invest in Amazon online to hold anything of value.
You know like AWS runs over half the internet? Netflix is one of the bigger customers of AWS and Amazon makes most of their money on AWS.
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So, real talk, are these courses worth the time to take them? From a DevOps perspective the cost of the course is nothing, the question is if the content is worth the time investment to consume it.
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is learning aws worth it for job prospecting?
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Would this be an option for someone starting from scratch? (no technology background)
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It's a company (mind you not Amazon) selling a course, you people go ballast on login shit. fark sake one has nothing to do with the other.

Here's a tip: Learn how to spell your name correctly and use a credential manager for you accounts.
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