I would like to become RHCA. Because I am more developer than infrastructure engineer I decided to take the RHCA developer path. I also use quarkus on my daily basis.
Doing practical work is a smart thing for a
couple of reasons:
1) Performing in the practical world
2) Red Hat exam success
Again, congrats on your recent success!!!
Congratulations on passing the EX378 exam and becoming a certified cloud-native developer with a specialization in MuleSoft! That's a significant achievement, and you should be proud of your hard work and dedication. This certification, along with your MuleSoft skills, will undoubtedly open up new opportunities for your career in cloud-native development and integration. Well done, and best of luck in your future endeavors as you continue to excel with MuleSoft!