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Join Cloud Learn to build your Google Cloud skills at no cost, regardless of experience level

We recently announced a new goal of equipping more than 40 million people with Google Cloud skills. To help achieve this goal, we’re hosting Cloud Learn from Dec. 8-9 (for those in Europe, the Middle East, or Africa, the event will be from Dec. 9-10 and for those in Japan, you can access the event here), a no-cost digital training event for developers, IT professionals, and data practitioners at all career levels. The interactive event will have live technical demos, Q&As, career development workshops, and more covering everything from Google Cloud fundamentals to certification prep.

Here’s a more in-depth look at what to expect from Cloud Learn:

Hear from Google Cloud executives and customers 

Thomas Kurian, Google Cloud’s CEO, and I will kick off the first day by discussing how you can uplevel your career. The second day will begin with technical leaders from Twitter, Lloyds Banking Group, and Ingka Group Digital speaking with John Jester, our vice president of customer experience, about the impact of Google Cloud training and certifications they’ve seen in their organizations. 

Afterwards, you can choose from role-based tracks and join the training sessions most relevant to you. 

Training for developers 

For developers, Kubernetes expert Kaslin Fields will be guiding you through the following trainings during the first day: Introduction to Building with Kubernetes, Create and Configure Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Clusters, Deploy and Scale in Kubernetes, and Securing GKE for Your Google Cloud Platform Access. 

Google customer engineers Murriel Perez McCabe and Jay Smith will discuss how to prepare for the Google Cloud Professional Cloud Developer and Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer certifications on the second day. Jay will also walk you through a live demo of how to build a serverless app that creates PDF files with Cloud Run. 

Carter Morgan, a Google Cloud developer advocate, will end the second day with a session on actionable strategies for managing imposter syndrome in tech. 

Learning opportunities for IT professionals

IT professionals will have the opportunity on day one to learn from Jasen Baker, a technical trainer, how to get started with Google Cloud. Jasen will walk you through how to execute compute, store, and secure your data as well deploy and monitor applications. 

On the second day, you can hear from Google Cloud Certified Fellow Konrad Clapa and Cori Peele, a Google Cloud customer engineer, about how to prepare for Google Cloud’s Associate Cloud Engineer and Professional Cloud Architect certifications.  

Google Cloud experts will also take you through a live demo of how to create virtual machines that run different operating systems using the Google Cloud Console and the gcloud command line. Day two will conclude with a discussion from leadership consultant, Selena Rezvani, on how to negotiate for yourself at work, and speak up for what you want and need.

Training sessions for data practitioners 

Lak Lakshmanan, Google Cloud’s analytics and AI solutions director, and product manager Leigha Jarett will show you how to use BigQuery, Cloud SQL, and Spark to dive into recommendation and prediction systems on the first day. They’ll also teach you how to use real time dashboards and derive insights using machine learning. 

Author Dan Sullivan and Google Cloud learning portfolio manager Doug Kelly will begin the second day with a discussion on how to earn Google Cloud’s Professional Data Engineer and Professional Machine Learning Engineer certifications. You’ll also learn how Google Cloud Video Intelligence makes videos searchable and discoverable by extracting metadata with an easy to use REST API through a live demo on day two. 

Cross cultural business speaker Jessica Chen will end the last day with actionable communication tips and techniques to lead in a virtual and hybrid world.

Register here to save your virtual seat at Cloud Learn.

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