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Brien Posey

This article profiles the TS - Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development (70-573) exam. Find out what you can expect to see on the exam and how you can better prepare for it.

Brien Posey

This article profiles the Designing and Developing Windows Phone Applications exam (70-599). Find out what you can expect to see on the exam and how you can better prepare for it.

Brien Posey

This article explains how to avoid losing your certifications as exams are retired.

David Leaver

David Leaver offers some tips for being prepared for questions related to DHCP servers in Microsoft exams.

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Jamie Shoup

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Jamie Shoup

Register now for these new online February and March 2015 webcast & workshop events, offered in conjuction with our Pearson Authors and our technical partners.

Ed Tittel

Yowza! I came across an undeniably tasty item in trolling the Microsoft Born to Learn blog this morning. As of January 14, anybody with a Microsoft Certified Professional credential -- and that's anybody who's passed an exam that leads to MCSA, MCSE, MCPD, Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist, and everything else except exams for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) or Microsoft Technology Associate -- gets a pretty hefty discount through the Microsoft Press Store.

Ed Tittel

Over the years, it's been interesting to watch the Cisco Learning Center grow and evolve to better meet the needs of IT professionals pursuing that company's often-coveted certification credentials. Of all the many things that Cisco does right with its cert programs, the company's "Study/Learn Master List" is second to none when it comes to helping interested parties find their way to the right exams, objectives, training, and study/prep materials. If you don't know about this already, you should; if you do know about it, you might want to head back to give it another look, as numerous exams have been (or will be) updated or replaced in the very near future.

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