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- Basic knowledge of any one programming language.
- (Optional) Knowledge of AWS cloud or any other cloud is preferred but not mandatory.
- A laptop or workstation with admin access to install Golang, AWS CLI and other tools to practice and perform demos.
- Existing AWS account or an email address + credit card to create AWS account with the free tier.
You will learn each and everything you need to start developing Golang & AWS Lambda based microservices, REST APIs and event-driven applications. The course covers creating the required infrastructure using AWS Cloudformation and connecting the Golang Lambda with other AWS services such as S3, DynamoDB, RDS, Kinesis, SQS, SNS, SES, API Gateway etc.
There will also be a few mini projects to understand the concepts of Golang and AWS in detail.
However, the course won't cover advanced Golang topics such as Channels, Goroutines, concurrency etc.
But after the course one can definitely work with Golang with more confidence.
The course is not Golang 101 or AWS 101. Instructor will explain all the AWS services and Golang concepts
that are used in the course. That being said, concepts such as gRPC, channels, concurrency etc are not covered in the course.
If you need to work with Golang and/or AWS, then this course is definately for you. Both of the topics are covered in detail.
If you are already familiar with Golang and/or AWS, still this course will be beneficial for you as it covers enterprise level
best practices, and patterns to create production-ready serverless microservices, and event-driven applications.
Yes, of course you can. Reach out to the instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org
to discuss your requirements.
It is unlikely to happen. But incase you're not stasfied, you can ask for a full refund within 30-days of your purchase.
You're more than welcome to recommend the content you would like to see in the course.
Reach out to instructor directly on email or Linkedin to submit your recommendation.
Stripe is the primary payment method which supports majority of international credit/debit cards.
Paypal may be available as a secondary payment method for those who couldn't use Stripe.
After purchase, you will have lifetime access to the course.