CCNA, MCSE Server and Desktop Infrastructure amongst them, the one thing that they all now have in common is the need to recertify after a specific period. Microsoft have dropped version numbers from all their ‘new’ certifications at MCSE level for this very reason. The MCSA’s keep their versioning.
I was lucky enough to gain the MCSE Private Cloud certification this week and it promises to be the beginning of many hours spent nervously answering exam questions in search of all the new certifications that an MCT like myself needs to keep current, relevant and employed.
I have had a great time over the last few weeks and months learning all about Server 2012 and Windows 8 and for one cant wait to start teaching them to hungry new delegates.
I was asked by the marketing gurus at Firebrand Training to assist with their ‘little’ package of work to launch the course surrounding all these new products.So far this has taken a very long time and put me firmly out of my comfort zone! To say I was not comfortable in front of a camera is an understatement.
The fruits of the toils are starting to come through though, several have been published and due to Google not liking duplicates, I can only post links here.
So here goes with some how to guides for cool new features