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Add These 8 Things to your Cloud Engineering Resume

 

The cloud has become a staple in the business world over recent years. Businesses across the country are increasingly embracing hybrid and multi-cloud environments, allowing them to create solutions that best meet their needs.

 

As a result, cloud data engineering has emerged as a profession with a significant amount of potential. Many of the jobs are incredibly lucrative. Plus, since you get to explore an emerging field, the work itself can be very engaging.

 

Even in times of low unemployment, bringing the right skills to the table is essential. You need to have a firm grasp on specific technologies, programming languages, frameworks, and more to thrive as a cloud data engineer.

 

What to Add to Your Cloud Data Engineering Resume

By acquiring the proper skills and displaying them prominently on your resume, you can stand out in the eyes of hiring managers. Cloud data engineering requires a highly developed skill set, so just one or two of the core skills aren’t typically sufficient if you want to focus your career in this direction.

 

If you want to advance in the field or take your first steps into this exciting specialty, here are the eight skills you need to add to your resume.

 

  1. SQL
  2. Python
  3. Spark
  4. Hadoop
  5. Java
  6. AWS
  7. Scala
  8. Kafka

Luckily, you have options when it comes to increasing your competency in these areas, so improving your skill set may be easier than you think.

 

How to Acquire Cloud Data Engineering Skills

While many developers and engineers likely possess at least a few of these skills, they may not have them all. To add the ones you need, you typically have three options: formal education or training, self-exploration, and on-the-job experience.

 

Formal education and training are usually the most straightforward approach. You can find classes that focus on cloud data engineering as a whole or explore courses that concentrate on a particular skill. In either case, it gives you a chance to increase your level of competency.

 

Alternatively, you can also gain the skills on your own. There are tons of free online resources, including webinars, blogs, and communities, that can give you viable approaches for adding the skill to your list of offerings. This approach can be ideal if your schedule is tight and you need something incredibly adaptable.

 

Finally, if you have a chance to join a project or have access to a mentor, you may be able to gain your skills on-the-job. Speak with your manager about opportunities that can allow you to learn or use these skills, giving you a chance to increase your knowledge while at work.

 

Ultimately, any of those options can help you enhance your resume, so explore them all until you have all of the skills you need to excel in the field of cloud data engineering.

 

Find Your New Contract Today!

If you’d like to learn more, the team at The Armada Group can help. Contact us with your questions or ask about our current openings in this exciting field today.

 

 

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