Re: MCSD vs. MCSE

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by Pedro Simoes, Nov 24, 2005.

  1. Pedro Simoes

    Pedro Simoes Guest

    As a developer it's not useful to have both MCSD and MCSE. When you
    develop enterprise applications it's good to know something about
    servers, but certainly not at the level of an MCSE. And there is stuff
    that's practicaly not covered in the MCSE curriculum (like COM+ and
    clustering) but is good to master as an enterprise developer.

    My work has evolved from pure development to security architecture in a
    Windows Environment. My boss wanted me to get some Windows security
    training, so we decided that I would take the MCSE 2003 Security track.

    DST
     
    Pedro Simoes, Nov 24, 2005
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