Microsoft Cert Numbers to Names

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by =?Utf-8?B?cmljaDc3Nzk=?=, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. Can someone provide me with a cross-reference list of what exam number is
    what test? For example,
    70-290 - Managing Server 2003
    70-270 - Windows XP Pro
    etc.
    Including the Office Specialist exams too please.
    Thanks
    =?Utf-8?B?cmljaDc3Nzk=?=, Oct 6, 2005
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    Blackmetal Guest

    it is too hard to look for these names by yourself?

    I don't know why people instead of comment about specific topics and/or
    experience on exams, jobs, projects, ask this type of stupid questions.

    go to Microsoft Website and look for the names yourself, goddamn lazy!

    "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Can someone provide me with a cross-reference list of what exam number is
    > what test? For example,
    > 70-290 - Managing Server 2003
    > 70-270 - Windows XP Pro
    > etc.
    > Including the Office Specialist exams too please.
    > Thanks
    Blackmetal, Oct 6, 2005
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  3. thanks jackass, you make everyone proud with that response

    "Blackmetal" wrote:

    > it is too hard to look for these names by yourself?
    >
    > I don't know why people instead of comment about specific topics and/or
    > experience on exams, jobs, projects, ask this type of stupid questions.
    >
    > go to Microsoft Website and look for the names yourself, goddamn lazy!
    >
    > "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > Can someone provide me with a cross-reference list of what exam number is
    > > what test? For example,
    > > 70-290 - Managing Server 2003
    > > 70-270 - Windows XP Pro
    > > etc.
    > > Including the Office Specialist exams too please.
    > > Thanks

    >
    >
    >
    =?Utf-8?B?cmljaDc3Nzk=?=, Oct 6, 2005
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  4. =?Utf-8?B?cmljaDc3Nzk=?=

    Blackmetal Guest

    If you don't know how to search that information for yourself, what the hell
    are you doing in IT?

    One of the characteristics of IT people is the ability to learn and find
    information by themselves, not asking stupid questions on obvious topics
    available on obvious websites of obvious companies like Microsoft

    "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > thanks jackass, you make everyone proud with that response
    >
    > "Blackmetal" wrote:
    >
    >> it is too hard to look for these names by yourself?
    >>
    >> I don't know why people instead of comment about specific topics and/or
    >> experience on exams, jobs, projects, ask this type of stupid questions.
    >>
    >> go to Microsoft Website and look for the names yourself, goddamn lazy!
    >>
    >> "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >> > Can someone provide me with a cross-reference list of what exam number
    >> > is
    >> > what test? For example,
    >> > 70-290 - Managing Server 2003
    >> > 70-270 - Windows XP Pro
    >> > etc.
    >> > Including the Office Specialist exams too please.
    >> > Thanks

    >>
    >>
    >>
    Blackmetal, Oct 6, 2005
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  5. It's easy to find, if you aren't too lazy to actually LOOK IT UP.
    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcpexams/default.asp



    --

    Just say No to fat chicks.


    "Blackmetal" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > If you don't know how to search that information for yourself, what the

    hell
    > are you doing in IT?
    >
    > One of the characteristics of IT people is the ability to learn and find
    > information by themselves, not asking stupid questions on obvious topics
    > available on obvious websites of obvious companies like Microsoft
    >
    > "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > thanks jackass, you make everyone proud with that response
    > >
    > > "Blackmetal" wrote:
    > >
    > >> it is too hard to look for these names by yourself?
    > >>
    > >> I don't know why people instead of comment about specific topics and/or
    > >> experience on exams, jobs, projects, ask this type of stupid questions.
    > >>
    > >> go to Microsoft Website and look for the names yourself, goddamn lazy!
    > >>
    > >> "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    > >> news:...
    > >> > Can someone provide me with a cross-reference list of what exam

    number
    > >> > is
    > >> > what test? For example,
    > >> > 70-290 - Managing Server 2003
    > >> > 70-270 - Windows XP Pro
    > >> > etc.
    > >> > Including the Office Specialist exams too please.
    > >> > Thanks
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>

    >
    >
    Bill McPherson, Oct 6, 2005
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  6. Well at least that sounds more professional. It was a simple question. I was
    just asking if somewhere there was a compiled list of all Microsoft
    certifications with a cross-reference to the Exam Numbers, which I have not
    been able to find on Microsoft.com. I guess I should take time out of my
    obviously busy work schedule and try and search for the answer, rather than
    ask an obviously dumb question so I can be answered by an obvious jerkoff.
    I'll just have my employee do it for me, I pay her well to sit on the
    computer and research stuff. After all, it was for her benefit anyway.
    If you don't have anything obviously helpful to say, then why not just keep
    to yourself? Go jam some Marduk or somethin...


    "Blackmetal" wrote:

    > If you don't know how to search that information for yourself, what the hell
    > are you doing in IT?
    >
    > One of the characteristics of IT people is the ability to learn and find
    > information by themselves, not asking stupid questions on obvious topics
    > available on obvious websites of obvious companies like Microsoft
    >
    > "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > thanks jackass, you make everyone proud with that response
    > >
    > > "Blackmetal" wrote:
    > >
    > >> it is too hard to look for these names by yourself?
    > >>
    > >> I don't know why people instead of comment about specific topics and/or
    > >> experience on exams, jobs, projects, ask this type of stupid questions.
    > >>
    > >> go to Microsoft Website and look for the names yourself, goddamn lazy!
    > >>
    > >> "rich7779" <> wrote in message
    > >> news:...
    > >> > Can someone provide me with a cross-reference list of what exam number
    > >> > is
    > >> > what test? For example,
    > >> > 70-290 - Managing Server 2003
    > >> > 70-270 - Windows XP Pro
    > >> > etc.
    > >> > Including the Office Specialist exams too please.
    > >> > Thanks
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>

    >
    >
    >
    =?Utf-8?B?cmljaDc3Nzk=?=, Oct 6, 2005
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  7. =?Utf-8?B?cmljaDc3Nzk=?=

    Briscobar Guest

    rich7779 <> rambled:
    >
    > Well at least that sounds more professional. It was a simple
    > question. I was just asking if somewhere there was a compiled list of
    > all Microsoft certifications with a cross-reference to the Exam
    > Numbers, which I have not been able to find on Microsoft.com. I guess
    > I should take time out of my obviously busy work schedule and try and
    > search for the answer, rather than ask an obviously dumb question so
    > I can be answered by an obvious jerkoff. I'll just have my employee
    > do it for me, I pay her well to sit on the computer and research
    > stuff. After all, it was for her benefit anyway.
    > If you don't have anything obviously helpful to say, then why not
    > just keep to yourself? Go jam some Marduk or somethin...


    Figures. You're a mangler. That's why you couldn't look up this simple
    answer yourself.

    --
    KB

    MCNGP #26
    www.mcngp.com has a nosebleed from all the coke.
    Briscobar, Oct 6, 2005
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  8. =?Utf-8?B?cmljaDc3Nzk=?=

    Paul Robson Guest

    Blackmetal wrote:
    > If you don't know how to search that information for yourself, what the hell
    > are you doing in IT?
    >
    > One of the characteristics of IT people is the ability to learn and find
    > information by themselves, not asking stupid questions on obvious topics
    > available on obvious websites of obvious companies like Microsoft
    >

    It always amuses me that.

    You see questions like .... I am studying for an MCAD. Can one of you
    tell me how to Print "Hello World" on the screen ?

    Why people can't at least make the effort to look in www.microsoft.com
    or whatever is beyond me.

    The worst idleness I ever came across ; I designed and built (purely for
    my own interest a colour video display which had only 3 parts, an Atmel
    8515, a Static RAM, and a 7408 AND gate. I was going to make a videogame
    system out of it (it has about 160x240x8 colours) but lost interest once
    the hardware was working. I stuck it on the AVRFreaks project page.

    I had this email from some student in the far east somewhere who asked
    if I could design a PCB for it so he could submit it as his project.
    Paul Robson, Oct 6, 2005
    #8
  9. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555375


    "Paul Robson" <>
    news:di3foe$bd2$
    > Blackmetal wrote:
    > > If you don't know how to search that information for yourself, what the

    hell
    > > are you doing in IT?
    > >
    > > One of the characteristics of IT people is the ability to learn and find
    > > information by themselves, not asking stupid questions on obvious topics
    > > available on obvious websites of obvious companies like Microsoft
    > >

    > It always amuses me that.
    >
    > You see questions like .... I am studying for an MCAD. Can one of you
    > tell me how to Print "Hello World" on the screen ?
    >
    > Why people can't at least make the effort to look in www.microsoft.com
    > or whatever is beyond me.
    >
    > The worst idleness I ever came across ; I designed and built (purely for
    > my own interest a colour video display which had only 3 parts, an Atmel
    > 8515, a Static RAM, and a 7408 AND gate. I was going to make a videogame
    > system out of it (it has about 160x240x8 colours) but lost interest once
    > the hardware was working. I stuck it on the AVRFreaks project page.
    >
    > I had this email from some student in the far east somewhere who asked
    > if I could design a PCB for it so he could submit it as his project.
    NO SPAM #95473, Oct 9, 2005
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  10. Sometimes it helps to ask your peers around you before posting. I understand
    that the certification program could appear daunting and intimidating. A bit
    more research could have landed you onto this site...

    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcpexams/prepare/examresults.aspx?orderby=Title

    Exam Guides
    Listed by Exam Title


    However if you would like to hire me on a case by case basis, I would be
    more than happy to spend my day searching web sites for you. I'm actually
    pretty good at wasting other folks' money and time. In either case, I hope
    this helps.

    "Briscobar" wrote:

    > rich7779 <> rambled:
    > >
    > > Well at least that sounds more professional. It was a simple
    > > question. I was just asking if somewhere there was a compiled list of
    > > all Microsoft certifications with a cross-reference to the Exam
    > > Numbers, which I have not been able to find on Microsoft.com. I guess
    > > I should take time out of my obviously busy work schedule and try and
    > > search for the answer, rather than ask an obviously dumb question so
    > > I can be answered by an obvious jerkoff. I'll just have my employee
    > > do it for me, I pay her well to sit on the computer and research
    > > stuff. After all, it was for her benefit anyway.
    > > If you don't have anything obviously helpful to say, then why not
    > > just keep to yourself? Go jam some Marduk or somethin...

    >
    > Figures. You're a mangler. That's why you couldn't look up this simple
    > answer yourself.
    >
    > --
    > KB
    >
    > MCNGP #26
    > www.mcngp.com has a nosebleed from all the coke.
    >
    >
    >
    =?Utf-8?B?Sm11YWRpYg==?=, Oct 17, 2005
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