Samir_79
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DO288 v4.10 vs v4.12//Which is relevant for the Red Hat Certified Cloud-Native Developer exam(EX378)

Hi, I am just wondering which version of this course  is relevant or mandatory as part of the learning path preparing for the Red Hat Certified Cloud-Native Developer exam (EX378). I went for the newer v4.12 version of the course, but discovered upon completion that I still have the v4.10 version as mandatory(not attempted) in the Red Hat Certified Cloud-Native Developer learning path. Do I still need to do the v4.10 course nonetheless ?

 

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ohthree
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When prepping for EX288 I went through both 4.10 amd 4.12 materials. The main difference, from my point of view is that 4.10
1) dives deeper on S2I (Chapter 5: Customizing Source-to-Image Builds) and
2) it includes has a whole chapter on Building and deploying Cloud Native applications (Chapter 8: Building Applications for OpenShift) that is not included in 4.12.

Samir_79
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Hi ohthree, thanks for your feedback.

Chetan_Tiwary_
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@Samir_79 EX378 exam is based on Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform 4.12 and also based on Red Hat Build of Quarkus v2.13.

I would recommend to go for DO288 v4.12. Though DO288 is not mandatory for taking EX378 exam :

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https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training/red-hat-certified-cloud-native-developer-exam?section=ov... 

 

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Samir_79
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Thnx @Chetan_Tiwary_  for the clarification, I also thought that DO288 v4.12 seemed more relevant since it is the up-to-date version of the course. It is just that the learning path for the EX378 is still stating the (DO288) v4.10 version in the recommended prerequesite courses:

 

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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I see , I will have it updated from backend. 

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