Wonder if anyone can offer advice on which cert to pursue next? I obtained my CompTIA Security+ last year and wondering if I should go for the CySA+ or Pentest+ next. I also have my AWS CCP and will be sitting for the Solutions Architect soon as well. Currently not doing security stuff at work but would love to keep my skills going. I was hoping one of these next certs will help me finally break into a security role and love the idea of pentesting but not sure if the CySA+ is more beneficial.
Really want to exit consulting, but all I have experience in is making PowerPoint slides for our cloud practice… Where should I look to apply? I don’t actually have any tech skills (besides the aws ccp) but I really want to leave consulting for something with better wlb.
Just got my AWS Cloud Practitioner cert and am looking to get something more Strategy or Finance related. Anyone done any good Certs lately?
My job said I can expense AWS Cloud Practitioner certification but I don’t know where to go from here? Do I sign up on Amazon somewhere? Where do I get study material? Etc
Anyone have online learning suggestions for analytical skills in python/model building? Similar format to Stephane Maarek’s AWS CCP learning on udemy
Taking the Beginner AWS Cloud Practitioner certification exam this weekend. Went through the standard course offered by AWS, I think I have a good understanding. Is there anything else I need to prepare? Is this exam anything crazy?
Do you think the AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification is worth it? What (high level/ entry level) IT certifications have you found most valuable in your career?
Hi All, I'm 5+ experienced in IBM DataPower, secondary skills include working on WAS, MQ, Jboss, Tomcat - shell scripting to automate basic stuff. Holds certification in AWS Cloud Practitioner. Knowledge of DevOps tools like Jenkins, Ansible, Docker, GIT, SonarQube. Please let me know of any opportunities
Those who took the AWS CCP exam - do you get questions like “how much does a storage type cost per GB per month” in the exam? Trying to figure out whether this level of detail is required to be memorized for the exam
Prepping for AWS Cloud Practitioner cert. Any suggested on sample test questions that best represent the exam?
Hey y'all, kind of a two part question: 1. I enjoy the people management more than individual contributor stuff. What career paths do you see in our industry for people who are managing support engineering teams? 2. What certifications are valued today? Seems like being a AWS Cloud Practitioner is a good general one, but are there others that stand out?
Hello, Looking for Senior Consultant/ Lead advisory role. Having 6+ experience in Information security. Certification in CISA, CISM and AWS CCP
cloud ☁️ fish 🐟: i am interested in learning more about the cloud space although i haven’t worked on any cloud projects. would getting newbie certs like AWS Cloud Practitioner or Azure Fundamentals be a good starting point? does anyone even care about these certs? thanks!!
How difficult is obtaining an AWS cloud practitioner cert if you’re not particularly technical?
Which is the best source to study and clear AWS CCP in 10 days? I want to book the online test on Jan 1 or 2.
Worthwhile getting the AWS cloud practitioner cert? (Will there be a return financially in ease of finding job or higher salary)?
This may have been posted already, but what are top certifications to get around data management? Not talking specific like AWS cloud practitioner, but rather something more broadly applicable and marketable.
How valuable is the AWS cloud practitioner and AWS solution architect certifications if I’m coming from a consulting role where it wasn’t applied much practically, even though company is Health IT . I have a high technical aptitude but I’m wondering how much weight do they hold as far as new opportunities if I haven’t used them in work but understand them well enough to speak through the information and pass the certs. Any insight is helpful only been in a consulting 1.5 yr and want to expand
Seeking to transition out of the current industry into cloud computing. Spent the last 2+ years learning and acquiring experience in AWS, CI/CD, Jenkins, AWS Pipeline, GitHub, and Terraform. Honing Bash and Shell scripting. Picked up certifications as a PMP, AWS Cloud Practitioner, and AWS Solution Architect Associate along the way. Already have an MBA. What is the best way to break into the cloud and/or DevOps community?
Seeking to transition out of the current industry into cloud computing. Spent the last 2+ years learning and acquiring experience in AWS, CI/CD, Jenkins, AWS Pipeline, GitHub, and Terraform. Honing Bash and Shell scripting. Picked up certifications as a PMP, AWS Cloud Practitioner, and AWS Solution Architect Associate along the way. Already have an MBA. What is the best way to break into the cloud and/or DevOps community? Which consulting firm is a great platform to start with?
Does anyone have the AWS Cloud Practitioner certificate and does it hold any value? I’m non-tech looking to get some certificates under my belt to be more marketable in my job search
CISSP CPE question: Does anyone know if a Udemy AWS cloud practitioner certification course can be leveraged for Group A CPE credits on ISC2? Udemy provides a certificate with hour totals, but I didn’t know if ISC2 frowns upon these courses.
Thoughts on CCSP cert (ISC2) value to maturing cybersecurity brand for career vs CSP vendor certs (e.g., MCSE Azure Sec, AWS CCP/CSA, GCP CSE)?
What’s the most effective way to prepare for the AWS cloud practitioner exam? No prior AWS experience currently
Has anyone found the AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification to be helpful for people in non-technical roles? Any experience in how potential employers view this cert would be greatly appreciated!
Thinking about getting the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification. Does EY have any amazon resources or training materials that they provide? Any advise from people who have taken it before? Thanks!
I have no AWS experience. How likely would I be able to find a position if I get the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification?
Any folks from Guidehouse in here that work in the IT practice? I’d love to chat. I’m a developer looking to transition into IT consulting. I know things are tough right now but I’m thinking long term. AWS cloud practitioner and AWS developer associate certified. TIA!!!!
Anyone have a test bank for the Azure 900 cert or have any recommendations on how to pass it asap. Also looking into AWS cloud practitioner
Im so sad. I just passed CPA exam and got the 1st job offer in public acct. I was so happy because I had hard time studying for CPA while.working full time. My parents understood how hard I tried,so today Im sharing the happiness with them that I got the 1st job at Big 4.My parents asked how much my salary is. I said :65k.They said"Why so low? I thought that with CPA you will earn a lot." So sad that they dont understand...
Anyone familiar with MD+MBA programs? Left PwC for specialty firm, realizing I love life sciences and I have read medical publications for fun even in college. Likewise I love business
Anyone have their MBA from University of South Carolina in IB? They are ranked number one in the nation. Have you been successful in getting a "target school" salary?
Best CFP continuing education providers? Not looking to just get the credits done, but something in depth to relearn things I️ may have forgotten.
I am diverse (Hispanic/Spanish). I hold the following CPA,CFE, and CFA lvl 3 cand. but still my team assigns me the areas of the audit (admin) like SDC liason, confirms, etc. Already talked to my Part
What are some company/job options for someone from Europe’s moving to the US with an ACCA qualification? Interested in tax but open to other services lines.
Anyone have thoughts on exit opportunities after consulting & b school - I have seen a lot of peers going to later stage startup companies or tech but wanted to field a view from this bowl on what I could 'recruit' for. For context starting my MBA at a top 10 program in the fall.
Big 4 FDD > MBA?
For those of you with the CFP designation, did it help you win over business much more so than prior to you getting the designation?
AWS-SAA question (newbie): I know AWS account is a root account & by default gives user access/permissions to all the AWS services. You need to have an aws account first to then create IAM users to define who they are, permission groups they’re in, and the level of access/permissions they have to a bucket/object for example. So....when the IAM users are added, do they receive a notification with the url to access the environment? Do they need an aws account as well? Confused on difference
I’m mid-level in my HR career at my current company and an upcoming Master’s graduate. Studying for my SHRM-CP too. How did you make the transition to that next level? What skills do you need, or is it really just based on YOE (I am the youngest compared to my teammates, many who have 10+ YOE)? I feel like career pathing is not very clear at my company. Each time I ask for guidance on this from my manager, I get told they’ll look into it.... would love some external mentorship and thoughts 🙏🏼
Thoughts on getting a law degree instead of MBA if interested in starting a company one day.
Would you hire someone who failed to get a return offer from her MBA summer intern at a top consultancy?
Does anyone know anything about the CGMA? Is it a legitimate certification or more of a revenue generator for the AICPA?
Does anyone know anyone in the Cornell one tech mba? If Faang type companies don’t work out, do you think it’d still be possible to get into ib or mbb with this degree? Also, what are some other....
thoughts on the FRM license?
Anyone tried the new Sanctions Certificate (CGSS) offered by ACAMS? Trying to see how difficult it is considering I don't have a lot of experience with sanctions compliance. I have CAMS & work in AML
Appropriate timeline to follow up after someone asks you to send resume over for an immediate role they’re trying to fill?
Ladies 😭 i just landed my first side hustle client but instead of being happy i’m having doubts about my capabilities and feeling like i wont deliever😭😭 i’m so scared, i’m breaking into independent marketing consulting and ahhhh any tips?
I’m going through a heavy interview process rn (3-4 lined up). How should I go about coordinating? See if I can schedule multiple on one day or *cough* be sick
I keep failing leetcode problems in my interviews - particularly the med/hard ones - are there companies I can interview at that aren't so difficult?
Amazon 🐠: What total compensation and the the break down of (base, sign on bonus, stock) for Business Analyst II should I look for? This BA II role is in Seattle. I assume BA II is L5?
All else equal, which one would be considered more desirable for AdComs (~1 year prior to matriculation): A promotion within Accenture (SA -> Consultant) or a lateral move to MBB as an Associate?
i‘m just so anxious and have no motivation for work. Want to take PTO.But not sure our company will have second round of lay-off .So I’m a little bit worried whether to use PTO. Keep hearing bad news about layoffs. Don’t know how to adjust myself
9th year associate here. How long do associates too senior for lockstep hear back from their firm after a raise has been announced and that senior associates will be contacted individually?
FWIW pregnant ladies, my OB told me to stop air travel and to avoid those who have been traveling for the length of the coronavirus incubation period. Curious what others have heard?
Anyone here trying to plan a college graduate’s stay at home graduation celebration? What are your ideas? Beyond a nice dinner, champagne, zoom w their friends and maybe balloons I’m not sure what else to organize. Any ideas v appreciated!
Is now a good time to consider a role within the central strategy team at a bank? Team I’m speaking to are quite eager considering the market crash...🤔
Got laid off a few months ago, now got a job with a 12% raise at the big FB. Dreams do come true you guys, don't give up ❤️
Is your school participating in American Ed Week next week? We usually have parents and community members volunteer in our classes, but we can't now bc of covid.
Currently in a B4 non-customer facing role doing internal strategic / tech work. I work alongside our consulting teams daily, often on the same (internal) engagements. I have an interview with another B4 firm soon for a customer-facing consulting role and there’s of course talk about sales and business development. What does that actually mean (day to day)? I worked in professional sales years ago and busted my ass cold calling, prospecting, proposals, and knocking on doors. Is it the same?
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