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  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 live meeting recording

    Hi, here's the recording from Wednesday's live meeting: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/lmevents/view?id=MSFT082708AMlm&pw=ATT11813 . Choose the Live Meeting replay version, not the hi-fi one. Thanks for showing up. Thanks Jeff for presenting! Trika
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 certifications

    Just reminding you that we're doing a live meeting in two days to review (and update you) on our SQL Server 2008 certificat ions. This will be good for people new to certification, because we'll explain the certs that are available and how to get them. For those of you with an MCDBA or SQL 2005 cert...
  • Blog Post: Oh, sorry.

    That was actually a Rick Astley video. Here is the right link for the recording from the Microsoft Certified Master meeting . And here are the slides (not transcribed ). And, here is a related article that was just published in TechRepublic: So you think you qualify for the Microsoft Certified Master...
  • Blog Post: Get in on the action: SharePoint certifications

    I'm going to type up some of the things John and J talked about in this morning's SharePoint certification Live Meeting. My report will be from my non-IT perspective, so you might find this over-simplified, too elementary, or way beneath you. If that is the case, consider that I might be feigning a lack...
  • Blog Post: braindumps and whatnot

    Hi, here is the recording link from last week's anti-piracy, anti-cheat meeting with Peggy Crowley.
  • Blog Post: 70-536 prep session

    Thanks you guys for coming to the prep session with Susan yesterday, even if you weren't listening. Please read this - I know from the number of questions on it we haven't done a good job explaining: Does 536 cover .NET 2.0 content or 3.5 content? 70-536 is focused on measuring your skills and knowledge...
  • Blog Post: Cram session for 70-640

    Thanks for coming to the meeting. This recording is an exam objectives review (not a technical training) to help you understand, in depth, what the exam will cover and tips on how to prepare. Watch the recording Download the slides IF YOU ARE AN MCSA OR MCSE ON WINDOWS SERVER 2003, remember that you...
  • Blog Post: Start studying for 70-620

    If I do say so myself, this morning's cram session with Zach Niemann was great. Thanks for coming, all of you. Here's the link to the recording (one hour). I'd choose the "Microsoft Office Live Meeting Replay" version (the other one doesn't show me any slides). Start at minute 6 to hear from...
  • Blog Post: Cram sessions next week

    Argh, I just have heard that some people who tried to register yesterday were denied. If that was you - I'm sorry. I've been told we've reset our registration limits to 'unlimited' so hopefully no one will get shut out again. I'm glad so many people want to come. Cram for Exam 70-620: Windows Vista,...
  • Blog Post: I am a bad friend

    If you missed the Certification 101 live meeting, you can watch the recording here . I'm sorry it took me so long to post this. We talk about: value and benefits of Microsoft Certification (IT pro and developer only) what the certifications are called and what your options are preparing for your exam...
  • Blog Post: Recording from Windows Server 2008 Live Meeting

    Here is from the AM session with Rob: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/lmevents/view?id=msft042308lm&pw=ATT11530lm PM session with J: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/lmevents/view?id=msft042308lmpm&pw=ATT11531lm Same information, don't watch both of them. That's all I've got. <added...
  • Blog Post: Certification Live Meetings

    All in one place... here's what coming up. Please help get the word out! T Windows Server 2008 Certification: From the Beginning Let Us Help You Prepare: Cram for Your First Exam on Vista, Windows Server, or Visual Studio! .NET 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008 Certification Redmond CSI: Anti...
  • Blog Post: Tomorrow: Certification's Palindromic Prime

    Hi. Please remind your cert-curious friends and colleagues about tomorrow's Microsoft Certification 101 meeting. Per wikipedia , "101" is not only a palindromic prime (well, obviously) but also a "beginning-level or basic course number... An example would be English 101, which may be a...
  • Blog Post: Boring myself silly: download VS/SQL/Press slides

    If you have access to the MCP site, you can now download the slides and transcribed presentations from the Visual Studio 2008 cert, SQL Server 2008 cert and Microsoft Press "how to be a technical author" live meetings from last month. We transcribe them so you (MCPs) can borrow and use in presentations...
  • Blog Post: Certification 101

    At the suggestion and example of many of you good people, for example, our friend Wayne , we are hosting a Certification 101 Live Meeting in April. Certification 101: Getting Started with Microsoft Certification Audience: IT Professionals, developers who think they might like to get certified,...
  • Blog Post: Things that are happening include:

    As I mentioned, some things are happening. They include: SQL SERVER CERTIFICATION LIVE MEETING TOMORROW Despite my best efforts to cancel this for a third time, we're on. Registration information here: http://blogs.msdn.com/trika/archive/2007/12/30/sql-certification-live-meeting-february-6.aspx...
  • Blog Post: Publishinghouse Five

    Dear budding IT-Vonnegut, last call to attend the "becoming a technical author" Live Meeting today. The morning session was good. Three people I really like (true story!) spoke about why and how you can get involved with Microsoft Press and MSDN (and other publishers) to start or further a writing...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 certifications

    Hello. Yesterday we had two Live Meetings to talk about Visual Studio 2008 certifications and developer certification. You can watch the recording from the afternoon session here . Without any of the good detail, here is a quick summary of what Jeff (Product Manager) and Gerry (Product Planner) covered...
  • Blog Post: Most Poorly Formatted Blog Post Ever

    Things to report about Windows Server 2008 certification include: You (if you are an MCP) can go to the MCP site and download the full PowerPoint and transcribed presentation from the December 5 Windows Server 2008 Live Meeting to use for presentations, user groups, etc. Download PPT slides...
  • Blog Post: FAQ from Server meeting

    per your request, written questions from Wednesday's Live Meeting , below. I've put them in some order but these are verbatim and not proofed and not spellchecked etc etc. Posting to help you guys plan ahead--the "official" info, all proofed and prettied, ironed and perfumed, is underway and will be...
  • Blog Post: Speaking of Windows Server 2008

    Don't mind me, blogging my head off. I think you know that I work for MIcrosoft Learning, and you might know that the guy who runs Microsoft Learning is Lutz Ziob. Not too long ago he gave a spiel to press and other fancy types (like, you know, bloggers ) about training and certification and Windows...
  • Blog Post: Server 2008 certification Live Meeting

    Here is the recording I promised: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/eventsnew/view?id=msft120507lm_am&pw=AET789&cn= ( jump to minute 4 ). Tomorrow I'll poast a summary and some FAQ from the meeting. In about 10 days, the slides and transcribed speaker notes will be posted on the MCP site for you...
  • Blog Post: December 5: Windows Server 2008 certification

    I hope you can come to Wednesday's Live Meeting. Please tell other people, too. Who should attend: Server-certified individuals (NT, 2000, 2003 or MCP) not certified but working with W Server would like to work with W Server! What we will talk about: Rob Linsky and Jim Clark, both from...
  • Blog Post: Getting started as a technical author: January 30

    We did this presentation at TechEd last summer; we're offering it again via Live Meeting for those of you who didn't happen to be in Orlando. Ken and Linda, from Microsoft Press, will be presenting. It should be excellent. Microsoft Press Presents: Getting Started as a Technical Author Are you...
  • Blog Post: Developer Certifications Live Meeting

    We're hosting a January 23 meeting to update you on Visual Studio certifications--and anything else you want to talk about, as long as it is somewhat related*. I'm pleased because, in this meeting, we can introduce some new-ish team members focused on dev cert: Gerry, developer product planner ( you...
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