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Intermediate Amazon Alexa Development - learn Web Development
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Learn how to create Alexa Skills, understand voice UI, and learn intermediate components of Alexa Voice Applications
You will learn how to design Alexa Skills for the best possible user experience,You will learn preliminary Javascript with the Nodejs framework to get you started,You will learn by doing using Nodejs and asynchronous requests,You will understand the Alexa Interface such as Utterances, Intent Schemas, and Slots,You will develop Alexa skills using Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) while building multisession skills,You will learn how to access external APIs, build to external databases like AWS DynamoDB to save information,You will learn Account Linking and the process of OAuth (Account Authentication)
You will need an Amazon Echo or use Echosim for Alexa Testing,You will need either a Mac or PC,You will need some understanding of Javascript,You will need to have a credit card and a valid phone number for Amazon AWS Account,Update: Join over 11,500 students in the Techustler Course Series. You don’t want to miss this learning opportunity.,If you ever wanted to understand the space of Voice Apps or build them yourself, then take my course \""Intermediate Amazon Alexa Development\"". I designed it in a practical way so that when you finish the content you can immediately put it into use with your Amazon Echo or online counterpart.,Now, why should you build Alexa Skills?,The biggest industries in technology are surrounded by AI, Bots, and Voice technology. Voice technology I believe will be the new 21st user interface that will not only understand basic commands, but will be so smart to understand anything you tell it. This is why Amazon is making a big bet with Alexa which it plans to generate close to $11 billion dollars by 2020. They know something about Amazon Echo which is why now is the best time to learn these skills before the mainstream starts developing applications. We all know the story about apps for the smartphones, this is the same thing.,This course contains over 50 lectures and 1.5 hrs of content. It's designed for beginners to play with new platforms in the voice space. You’ll learn the tools needed to build Alexa Skills, how Alexa Skills work, and eventually publish a skill to Amazon's Alexa store.,Course Structure,The course follows a familiar structure where in each video I will teach the concepts followed by a challenge or practice question. If your goal is to become a better developer, you should understand node.js, server side development and how to access certain APIs to build better Alexa Skills.,1. Learn about the new AWS Lambda and Alexa Developer Services Interfaces. (Updated July 2018),2. Learn how to design an Alexa Skill through Voice User Principles,3. Learn Basic Javascript Development with a hint of Nodejs framework,4. Understand Alexa Skill Development: Intent Schemas, Slots, Invocation Names, Lambda functions, Endpoints,5. Understand OAuth and how Account Linking works with Skills,6. Connect with Third Party APIs (Game of Thrones API) to process information and output results,7. Learn to create multi-sessions, save data with DynamoDB, debug with AWS Cloudwatch,8. Create Alexa Skills through the Command Line Interface (CLI),9. Use the following technologies: AWS Lambda, AWS Cloudwatch, AWS DynamoDB, Alexa Command Line Interface (CLI), Alexa IAM,Environment Setup,This course aims to simulate a live in-person course as much as possible. After you finish each lecture, you should practice and try the solution on your own. You learn the best by practicing and doing.,Challenges,At the end of each section, you will be asked to complete a challenge to test your knowledge in Alexa Development.,Testimonials from other Techustler Courses and the Instructor,“Great set of videos Nick! I really liked the format of the videos with you in the corner of the screen showing us how to use the website. Cool songs you use at the beginning of each video. It really gives off the vibe that your course is hip and up-to-date with modern times. You do a great job of keeping of with the times. Stay modern, but classy at the same time Nick!” - Penelope,“Nicholas, very good course on bots! I especially enjoyed that you provided us the opportunity to build bots in a hands-on fashion. Your course sections are very organized and I didn't have to guess to know what I was getting myself into. It is clear you are very knowledgeable as an instructor and have a real connection to your course material. I look forward to taking another course with you!” - Rahul,\""This is a great course. Teacher is clear at every step. We learn concrete skills to get hands on experience....that is how one should learn. T
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