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April 30, 2012  4:44 AM

Microsoft brings the MCSE name back!



Posted by: Raj Perumal
certification, it's back, mcse, MCSE is back, Microsoft, training

Hi folks! So do you remember the old days of the MCSE certification? Well some people look at those old days in a good or a bad light depending on who you are. But there is one thing you can't deny, and that's the proliferation of the MCSE name/brand and how recognizable it is. Well Microsoft...

December 1, 2008  1:26 AM

IT Industry Certifications and Standards



Posted by: Raj Perumal
CCNA, certifications, education, governance, governing body, high school, IT Industry Certifications and Standards, mcse, standards, training, university

Hi folks, this is going to be a bit of a rant. Over the years I've written many exams and certifications and the one thing that is common amongst them is that they have almost nothing in common in terms of quality and standards. I have written many an exam and done quite well on them in my IT...


October 14, 2008  1:31 PM

Nice study resources for your Microsoft Certifications



Posted by: Raj Perumal
mcp, mcse, MCT, mcts, Microsoft certifications, Microsoft Exams, Microsoft Official Curriculum, Microsoft Press, Microsoft Study Guides, Self Test Software

When studying for your Microsoft Certifications I would always recommend studying using a mixture of classroom time, Microsoft study guides, and Microsoft approved practice exams. The classroom time will always give you the opportunity to ask those questions in class of the teacher that you...


October 11, 2008  7:13 PM

To certify or not to certify?



Posted by: Raj Perumal
ccie, CCNA, ccnp, certifications, certify, co-op programs, college, experience, Information Technology, IT employment, mcp, mcse, mcts, paper MCSE, post secondary education, university, vendor certifications, volunteer work, work placement

So you've graduated from university or college and you're ready to go out into the world and nail that first awesome IT job. You and your family and friends all know how good you are. You're the resident computer whiz and you think to yourself "People would be crazy not to hire me!". So you go out...


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