SQL SERVER – Roadmap of Microsoft Certifications – SQL Server Certifications

In these times of economical slowdown, more and more IT professionals are concerned about their jobs and their qualifications. It is a common trend for developers to start looking for ways to update their skills when jobs are not secure. Pure knowledge and real world work experience are always a good way to help secure your future. One way to demonstrate knowledge is by having a certification in the technology one claims to be expert in.

Microsoft offers a series of certifications for IT professional and developers. In this article we will cover the following topics.

  1. Importance of Certificates
  2. Certification Structure
  3. SQL Server Certifications
  4. Exam Preparation
  5. Registration for Exam
  6. Post Examination Benefits

Microsoft certifications are very reputed and validate developers’ hands-on experience.

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Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

5 thoughts on “SQL SERVER – Roadmap of Microsoft Certifications – SQL Server Certifications

  1. Hi Pinal,

    I’m with a doubt if it’s right to say that MCITP certifications are much more higher level/recognized than MCTS certifications? Once most of the MCTS are pre-requisite on MCITP certs.

    Sorry for this lame question.

    Thanks,
    Robert

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  2. My personal opinion is doing Certification is not worth due to braindumps. Microsoft has to do something very seriously about this. We have met people who only by heard the questions and got through the exams. So if that what the sense will certifications make.

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