Microsoft has a variety of other certifications, both for IT professionals as well as office personnel who need to prove competence in the use of Office applications like Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Access.
Work with HTML controls, HTML server controls, Web server controls, and validation controls to create the user interface for a Web application, and learn about user controls, composite controls, and custom controls.
Learn about HTML and Web Server Controls, user input validation, and CSS in preparing for your MCAD Visual Studio .NET Exam 70-305.
Learn how to access and manipulate XML data in preparation for your MCAD Exam 70-310.
Learn about exceptions and how to handle these situations with the help of try, catch, and blocks. You will also see how to handle unhandled exceptions at the level of application domain.
Ace psychometrician and MS Learning guru Liberty Munson helps certification minded IT professionals strike gold once again in a recent blog post for Born to Learn. In that post, she not only asserts that numerous Microsoft certification exams can provide college credit at a large number of institutions at the rate of 2-3 credit hours a pop, she also provides a list of the exam that potentially qualify for this bonanza.
When LinkedIn bought online training company Lynda.com in April 2015, a lot of people wondered what was really going on behind the scenes. A recent post from Steve Weiss, Content Manager for Business and Data Science at Linked (formerly at Lynda.com), helps put such speculation to rest: in a self-referential bow toward data mining/Big Data/Data Science, LinkedIn has been mining the heck out of its 400-million-plus user base and watching hiring decisions made under its purview to help the company target hot education topics. What's at the top of the list for 2016?
Last month, MS updated some of its technical certifications, adding the MCSA: Windows 10, and dropping the earlier versions of that cert for Windows 7 and Windows 8. Perforce, this changes the certification roadmap for the company's programs, and now they've released an updated version of that infographic to follow suit. Find the link, and some discussion, in the remainder of this blog post!
Dr. Liberty Munson is not just the Principle Psychmetrician for Microsoft Learning -- and as such, a driving force in exam development and delivery -- she's also a calm, reassuring, and often funny voice for the organization. In a recent Born to Learn blog post, she provides some excellent advice on how to select oneself, and then to prepare for beta exams that is useful enough to be restatement and further examination. It bleeds nicely over into general exam preparation techniques, in fact.