AZ-202 Microsoft Azure Developer Certification Transition Study Guide

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App Dev Manager Fidelis Ekezue shares helpful study tips for preparing for the AZ-202 Microsoft Azure Developer Certification transition.

As Microsoft embraces the spirit of “lifelong learning”, expect updates to the suite of training resources and certification exams to ensure content reflects new technologies. Microsoft has published the exam guide for AZ-202 Microsoft Azure Developer Certification Transition for those who have passed the 70-532 Azure Developer. Developers will get the “Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate” certification if they pass the new AZ-202 Microsoft Azure Developer Certification. As I prepare to upgrade my 70-532 Azure Developer certification, I collected resources that I used for my study. This blog is my attempt to share these resources with candidates preparing for the upgrade exam. The information for the exam is available at the Official Exam Page.

Skills measured

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam.

Develop for Cloud Storage (15-20%)

Create Platform as a Service (PaaS) Solutions (30-35%)

Secure cloud solutions (5-10%)

Develop for an Azure cloud model (25-30%)

Implement cloud integration solutions (15-20%)



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  • Anthony J. Nip 0

    I passed the AZ-202 transition exam today. 🙂  I think it was less difficult for me than the 70-532 exam, which I had to take twice in December.  Anyone who wants to take the AZ-202 exam should hurry — it retires on March 31, 2019.

  • Duane Peterson 0

    Would you mind verifying your links, please? For example, “Create a custom connector for Logic Apps” is linked to, “”
    It seems there are several that are cross-linked.
    Thank you,

    • Reed RobisonMicrosoft employee 0

      Thanks Duane for pointing this out. All links have been updated. Good Luck on your exam!

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