I Passed My AZ-700 Azure Network Engineer Associate Exam!

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It’s official: I have passed my AZ-700 Azure Network Engineer Associate beta exam! This is by far my hardest Azure exam. It is harder than my AZ-104 Azure Administrator and AI-100 Azure AI Engineer Associate exam. I just happy to have passed! But, of course, I will write down all of the resources that I’ve used to pass this beta exam.

 

 

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    • CloudSkills.io AZ-700 Exam Prep Course – this 2-day course was taught by Tim Warner. It helped me get a great understanding of what I should expect on my beta exam.(Currently Unavailable)
    • John Savill AZ-700 Exam Cram Session – This helped me better understand the networking especially the Virtual WAN, Front Door and Traffic Management
    • Scott Duffy for his AZ-700 Udemy course – This course took you all the way back to the beginning of networking which helped clarified some things.
    • Microsoft Learn – I went through a lot of Microsoft Learn learning paths. I wrote two articles about them: 1) the resources I used to sit for the AZ-700 beta exam  and 2) more AZ-700 resources.

I am thinking about taking a little break from beta right now. I may or may not sit for the AZ-305 exam to complete the newly revamped Azure Architect Expert (the new requirement is AZ-104 + AZ-305 or AZ-303 + AZ-305).

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