Microsoft Certificaten (3): The Plan
After the previous post in which I described my shortage of certificates and in which I gave an overview of what Microsoft has to offer, I will describe my plan in this article.
Of the six areas that Microsoft offers, I am interested in three, more or less in this order:
- App Builder
- Data: Management and Analytics
The primary goal is to get the MCSD certification, but there are some “quick wins” that should be easy to get:
70-483 Programming in C# is an exam that should be relatively easy to get as I already have extensive experience with the .NET Framework.
70-761 Querying Data with Transact-SQL should perhaps be possible to get without any additional training..
After that I will focus on 70-486 Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications which requires some training.
|App Builder||MCSA: Web Applications|
|App Builder||70-483||Programming in C#|
|App Builder||70-486||Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications|
|App Builder||MCSD: App Builder|
|App Builder||70-487||Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services|
|Data||MCSA: SQL 2016 Database Development|
|Data||70-761||Querying Data with Transact-SQL|
|Data||70-762||Developing SQL Database|
|Data||MCSE: Data Management and Analytics|
|Data||70-464||Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases|
|App Builder||MCSA: Universal Windows Platform|
|App Builder||70-357||Developing Mobile Apps|
|Productivity||MCSA: Office 365|
|Productivity||70-346||Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements|
|Productivity||70-347||Enabling Office 365 Services|
|Productivity||70-339||Managing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016|