>SharePoint 2010 Exams

>Recently I have been going through the process of studying and taking my MCTS: SharePoint exams. Anyway I am halfway through and thought I should take a look at what Microsoft have got in store for SharePoint 2010. From the SharePoint 2010 Learning Plan I found these:-

  • Technology Specialist: Configuring SharePoint 2010 (70-667)
    With the training courses of this MCTS certification, IT Professionals can learn configuration skills for SharePoint, including deployment, upgrade, management and operation on a server farm.
  • IT Professional: Administrating SharePoint 2010 (70-668) 
    The training courses of this MCITP certification cover advanced SharePoint 2010 topics like capacity planning, topology designing and performance tuning.
  • TS: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development (70-573)
    Microsoft Official Curriculum: Five-day instructor-led course designed for developers with six months or more of .NET development experience. Course covers what you need to know to be an effective member of a SharePoint development team using Visual Studio 2010.
  • PRO: Designing and Developing Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Applications (70-576)
    Microsoft Official Curriculum: Five-day instructor-led training course designed for development team leads who have already passed the Developing on SharePoint 2010 technical specialist exam. The course covers choosing technologies for and scoping a SharePoint project, best practices for SharePoint development, configuring a SharePoint development environment, advanced use of SharePoint developer features, and debugging of code in a SharePoint project.

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