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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Microsoft's Next Generation of Certification Tracks

Microsoft recently release information about their new generation of certifications. I think 100% this is a great move for Microsoft. This bring the certification track up to the level and specialization that now exist in the actual technology side of Microsoft.

The link for more information on this can be found here: Microsoft NewGen Certification Track

I have not seen how this will affect the MBS or now Dynamics Certification tracks. I do know though that I am wanting to continue to get certified in Dynamics AX, as well as continue to be certified in the newest platform technologies.

With that said I am going to complete my MBSCM for Ax 3.0, and then also go for my MCTS in two area's right off the bat:

1.) MCTS in SQL Server 2005
2.) MCTS in BizTalk Server 2006

My ultimate goal is to become a MCA one day, but that is a Hard thing to do. I believe the introduction of the MCA though is a very smart move in which it will be comparable to a Cisco CCIE. Only a few thousand will most likely exist in a given timeframe, and it will make such a certification very valuable.

On the way to becoming a MCA though I plan on becoming, a MCTS in a few area's that would build up to the MCPD or Microsoft Certified Professional Developer and MCITP or Microsoft Certified Inforamtion Technology Professional.

Anyway I wanted to take the time and post about this because I truly believe that for someone to be a good Dynamics AX, ERP, Business Consultant you need to know the platform that the newest version of the software will run on and work with.

Check back soon for more!

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Blogger Roman said...

agree with your approach, however it will be very difficult to cover all AX related technologies.. Previous versions 2.5, 3.0 was easy, functional or technical orientation. Now, in e.g. AX 2009 number of techonologies is significantly increased, today "perfect" IT ERP Consultant/Specialist has to cover huge banch of: functional fields (top AX modules, GL, AR, AP, PROD, HRM, PR, Projects etc..) + technologies (Dynamics AX, .NET, SQL Server, SharePoint, BizTalk, Office etc..).

Looks like it's a big challenge :) for us :), but I'm sure we can do it!

3:39 AM  
Blogger Sunapollo said...

Could you recommend some places where I can take the courses to prepare for the certification exams? Thank you.

12:33 AM  

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