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Hi everyone, I got offered a graduate data engineering role commencing a month from now with the following description:

Data Engineers contribute to the ~~company\_name~~ purpose by providing a reliable infrastructure for data. Data Engineerings configure and lead the production processes used in the preparation, transformation, integration and testing of data, so that it can be safely and effectively used by internal and external customers in statistical analysis and statistical and data products and services. Data Engineers design, develop and maintain software architectures to collect and analyse large datasets.

Does anyone have any advice, book suggestions or any sort of program I can run through to prepare for this role? Thanks!
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I would check out r/dataengineering, they have a good wiki. But if you got the offer already it means you're ready, so don't sweat it. If it's a good company, they will teach you everything on the job. Just show up and act confident, you got this.
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Find out what cloud services they're using and go for a cloud certification(s) in that area.

You can start with a foundation level certificate, and work your way up to whatever is relevant.

Cloud certificates help with resume filters and promotions (depending on company, for example, my manager promised to endorse a job change for me if I earn AWS certs).

It'll be easier to do this now than when you're working full-time and likely to get burned out.
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