Marshaling and serialization are loosely synonymous in the context of remote procedure call, but semantically different as a matter of intent. In particular, marshaling is about getting parameters from here to there, while serialization is about copying structured data to or from a primitive form such as a byte stream. In this sense, serialization is… Continue reading What is the difference between marshaling and serialization?
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I began studying for the AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam last year after I completed the HBX | Harvard Business School Certificate in Negotiation Mastery. Last year, the CDA exam was the easiest of the three associate exams. That test was re-written. The new version is the hardest of the three associate exams. AWS… Continue reading How I passed the AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam
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Here are some (not all) of my notes from studying for the AWS Certified Developer Associate 2017 exam. For those of you trying to pass the 2017 version of the exam, you have until November 2018 to do so. Note that my notes are very repetitive. They are positively framed. I tried to avoid using… Continue reading AWS Certified Developer Associate (2017) Study Notes
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