Preparing for the Google Cloud Professional Cloud Architect Exam 日本語版

Start Date: 05/31/2020

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コースより抜粋: 「最善の試験対策は職務に必要なスキルを身に付けることである」 このコースではトップダウン アプローチを用いて既知の知識とスキルを把握し、情報とスキルが不十分な分野を特定します。本コースを受講することにより、独自の対策計画を立てることができます。わかっていることとわからないことを明確にし、この職務の担当者に必要なスキルの習得と向上にお役立てください。 本コースでは試験ガイドの概要に沿って、受講者が特定の分野と関連する概念を十分に理解しているか、またはさらなる学習が必要かを判断できるように、「判断基準」となる概念を提示します。また、ケース分析、技術的に注意すべきポイントの特定、提案ソリューションの開発などの認知スキルを含む主要な職務スキルについて学び、実践する機会も用意されています。これらは職務スキルであると同時に試験スキルでもあります。また、アクティビティ トラッキング チャレンジラボを使って基礎能力もテストします。試験問題と同じような例題と解答も多数用意されており、コースの最後には採点式ではない模擬試験問題と、受験を想定した採点式の模擬試験問題が含まれています。

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