New Generation of Microsoft Certifications vs MCSD

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by Guest, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I am currently working on obtaining my MCSD and have sat some exams. With
    the New Generation of Microsoft Certifications, does that mean that the exams
    I have passed are superceded with these new certifications?

    It seems that I should not sit the remaining exams to complete the MCSD and
    should concentrate on sitting the new exams for the new Technology,
    Professional and Architect Series.

    Any recommendations?
    Guest, Oct 27, 2005
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  2. Depending on how far along you are with the MCSD exams, I would try to
    complete it, or atleast complete the MCAD, and continue with the upgrade

    Upgrade from MCAD to the new professional developer windows/web cert. is
    only 1 exam, compared to the regular 3. And the upgrade to professional
    developer distributed app. is 2 exams compared to the regular 5.

    btw. Am i the only one to think it's strange there is no 'product' exam
    required for the pro. dev. distr. app?

    Paul van Brenk
    MCSD .Net
    Paul van Brenk, Oct 27, 2005
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  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    What have I missed now?

    From what Ive heard MS is keeping the MCP,MCAD, MCSD cert. But are
    introducing a architect cert. where the test procedure is quite different.
    You will have to explain in front of a commitee a solution to a spesific
    case. This cert. will be the ultimate of all certs. and will probably be
    really expensive.

    Best regards Björn Olsson
    Head of Technology
    Centre for Business Solutions
    Gothenburg School of Economics and Commercial Law
    University of Göteborg
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    Guest, Nov 1, 2005
  4. Last information I got from Microsoft is that the following certs will be
    removed for the next version fo the product(s):


    Who's right, I honestly don't know.
    Ole Kristian Bangås, Nov 1, 2005
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