MCSA

Microsoft Exam Replay

To help you reach your certification goals, Microsoft Learning is introducing Exam Replay with two purchase options: Exam Replay – An Exam Replay is one exam plus…


Microsoft Digital Badges

Today Microsoft has partnered with Pearson VUE to make digital badges widely available for Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs). Beginning October 21, 2016, if you have…


Microsoft Streamlined Certification Paths

Microsoft is streamlining its expert-level certifications to provide more flexibility and a wider array of starting points towards certification. There will be Four new Microsoft…


MCSA: Office 365

Seems like I like to take my certifications backwards, but I passed my 70-347 exam on Office 365 Services today. Going to take a day…


Streamlined Microsoft Certifications

Today, five new Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) and Developer (MCSD) specialties are being released.  These credentials are aligned to Centers of Excellence, used by…


MCSA 2016 Certifications

Microsoft announced today that New MCSA certifications are out for both Windows Server 2016 http://bit.ly/295AIN0 and SQL Server 2016 http://bit.ly/295AWUG. Upgrade exams are also available for…


XML on SQL Tutorial

Here is a short 13 minute tutorial I put together on how to use XML within SQL Server. While I made this for the Born…


Certification Booster Packs

We all know that getting certified can give your career (and resume) a boost. If you’ve been interested in getting certified – or want to continue to the…


MCSA: Windows and Linux

 Microsoft has also made a commitment to enable choice and support the open source community, allowing customers to leverage the platforms of their choice. To…


MCSA: Windows 10

Microsoft announced the release of the MCSA: Windows 10 certification for IT professionals. This credential demonstrates expertise to configure, manage, and maintain a Windows 10…


SQL Query Processing

The post will describe how a SQL Server will PROCESS a query. The first time through running an Ad Hoc query, SQL Server will go…