Tag Archives: Microsoft Learning

Virtual academies, odd questions, and MCSE recertification

The nice people at Microsoft Learning, previously famous for their decision to cancel the well-respected (but probably in need of reform) Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA) program, have scored another triumph with the MCSE recertification program. The recertification program allows MCSEs … Continue reading

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A warmed-over MCSE program is no pinnacle

Apparently the head of certifications at Microsoft (Tim Sneath) has said that Microsoft is going to make the MCSE exams “harder for everyone” by introducing new types of questions for which answers are harder to memorize. In other words, they want … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed Blog Digest September 2013

September was quite an active month because some bad things happened (like the Microsoft Learning decision to cancel some accreditation programs) and preparations were in full swing for the Exchange Connections conference in Las Vegas (from where I write this … Continue reading

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Would a boycott influence Microsoft Learning?

Microsoft Learning’s (MSL) recent decision to cancel the Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) and Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA) programs has spawned a fair amount of commentary and debate. Regretfully, in some cases the discussion barely scratches the surface, probably due to the unfamiliarity of … Continue reading

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