Over the last month or so, I have been watching the Azure Fundamentals exam course on Pluralsight. I have now completed this once. After this I took a practice test to gauge:
- how the questions would be structured
- how difficult the test would be
- how long I would take
- how much of the information I actually retained
Turns out… not enough! I only got 39%, but I’m very pleased that I did this before I continued. I’ve never done a practice test before I start my notes and it was very eye-opening to what I need to focus on.
Now, I’ll begin writing my notes chapter by chapter. This is where I tend to share my notes on each chapter online. This is so, one, that I have digital copies of the text so that I can refer to them easily, and two is so that I can share them with anyone else also going through the process.
I’ve found that when I wrote and shared my notes for the ISEB Foundation course, a lot of people found them really useful, so I decided to continue this practice of sharing my notes with the AWS practitioner exam and now the Azure Fundamentals course.
As these notes will be uploaded as I finish them, they will be drip fed online. My life is pretty full on at the moment with doing FOBBS, working full-time, doing pick ups and drop offs to Summer holiday camps/nursery and generally living life so I don’t have a schedule planned. However, I don’t want this to drag on as the longer I leave it, the less I will retain, so I do plan on getting these notes done asap, but just not sure when yet.
As always, wish me luck!