How to pass AWS Certified Developer Associate with minimal Effort

Ever since I passed my AWS Developer Associate Exam in June 2019, I have been getting a lot of messages in my inbox about what materials I used and how much effort I put in to pass. So, I have decided to write a little bit of write-up to help people who might be considering booking to do the examination.

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I have been practising Mob Programming daily for 4 months, here are the things I learnt

Mobbing, as a sociological term, means bullying of an individual by a group, in any context, such as a family, peer group, school, workplace, neighbourhood, community or online – Wikipedia

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Step by Step how to Create AWS IAM user with Administrator Access Permission

AWS (acronym for Amazon Web Services) is a subsidiary Amazon Inc that provides on-demand reliable, scalable, and inexpensive cloud services to individuals, corporate organisations and governments.

IAM is the Identity and Access Management of the AWS Accounts, this is where the whole AWS Security is managed, including Users, Groups and Roles. IAM is very important because, it is discouraged for a user to use or share his/her root account. Root users are supposed to create a group and roles with appropriate access and grant the roles to their users. Root users have access to all the AWS infrastructure.

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Stress is for steel: Passing AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam!

Stress is for steel

Stress is for steels, Pressure is for tyres, It’s just an exam! That sentence was written boldly imprinted on the wall of the exam centre I did my AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam. On Monday, the 23rd July 2018, I became the latest AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (AWS CSAA) in town. I reported at the exam centre rusty, jittery, and scared. To be honest, that was not my first or second time in an IT certification examination centre, but I had not done a certification examination in years, so I wasn’t sure what could happen.

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Effect of Earth Rotation/Revolution on Ramadan

One of the branch of Geography is called Physical Geography. It’s the branch of natural science which deals with the processes and patterns in the natural environment.

In Africa, physical Geography especially the one that has to do with planets and sun called the Solar System is taught in the first year of Senior Secondary School.

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StackOverflowError and the concept of Infinite Recursion in Java

At first glance of the word StackOverFlow, the first thing that comes to the mind of a typical developer is, a web community where millions of developers help answer questions asked by other developers in different languages and technologies. In fact, many developers who probably do not code in java might not know what StackOverFlow is really all about. 

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The story of an African man trying out Kayaking

So, it was another time of the year for the Company I work for to go on weekend away. I was informed that the Belfast teams are usually attending the activity, but later, they extended it to the Dublin teams.

I saw the mail from our leadership team that we are to pick among some activities of our choice, but the most popular activities were Kayaking and Bush-craft.

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Eclipse Oxygen is Released and it’s Freaking Awesome!

Eclipse IDE was originally created by IBM after getting inspiration from a SmallTalk-based VisualAge family of Integrated Development Environment. It was released in the year 2001  as an open source software after a consortium with a board of stewards including Borland, IBM, Merant, Red Hat, SuSe among others was formed. 2 years later, the number of stewards had increased to over 80 members and in 2004, the Eclipse Foundation which is the developing community was created.

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How to Install Cucumber Plugin for Eclipse IDE

Cucumber is a testing framework that is based on Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) use for user acceptance testing for web applications. So you have learnt a little bit about Cucumber as a Java Programmer and wondering what tool would allow you to work with you existing Eclipse and still be able to write Cucumber for Java.

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