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May the for fourth be with you 🌟 - 30% off of AWS Learning Resources

Published about 2 months agoΒ β€’Β 1 min read

Hi Reader and happy May the 4th ⭐.

We want to start the spring by giving you an amazing discount on our book and other resources.

For that, we have partnered with four different AWS Creators around the globe. You can use the code AWSFUND30 to get 30% off.

The resources are:

  1. πŸ“™ AWS Fundamentals - Like this newsletter, it covers the basics of essential AWS Services for real-world applications.
  2. πŸ“˜ The DynamoDB Book - Level up your DynamoDB modeling and finally understand Single-Table Design.
  3. πŸ—οΈ Production-Ready Serverless - Serverless is amazing. But it has some gotchas. Yan shows you how to deal with them
  4. πŸ‘Ύ AppSync Masterclass - Using GraphQL is amazing. In this course, you build a Twitter clone with AppSync.
  5. πŸ› Testing Serverless - This course teaches you how to test your serverless applications.
  6. 🏎️ AWS Learning Accelerator - Learn hands-on skills with serverless services.
  7. πŸͺœStep Function Masterclass - The masterclass teaches you how to use Step Functions properly in real-world projects.
  8. β˜• Stratospheric - Learn how to use Java Spring boot on AWS efficiently with Stratospheric.

Just use the code AWSFUND30 at checkout or click directly on the link for the 30% discount. But act fast, this offer is limited!

Enjoy your learnings! ✌🏽

Sandro & Tobi πŸ’›

Tobi & Sandro

our goal is to simplify AWS & Cloud Learning for everybody. You don't need expensive certifications to build on AWS!

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