What We’re Working On – January Edition

January 20, 2010 at 11:10 am | Posted in Cisco, CompTIA, Microsoft, Vendor news | Leave a comment

Happy new year to all!

We didn’t get much time to bask in the glory of our 2009 accomplishments before we had to dive into 2010 development. Honestly, we would’ve preferred a little less activity in the certification world, but it seems our friendly vendors and IT partners have big plans for the new year and we’ll do our best to keep you informed and certified!

We’ve got the usual suspects working on the popular demands – Josh on .NET, George on Windows 7, Robin on Server+. But the real news is in the new news. That is, we’ve seen the announcement of CompTIA certification expiration dates, we’re on the brink of new Cisco CCNP exams, we’re getting our hands dirty with early versions of Microsoft Office 2010, and there’s our Facebook and Twitter accounts to help us ensure that information flows freely between you (our friendly readers) & us (your friendly development team). That’s quite a lot for only being two weeks into a new year.

Troy’s working hard to make sense of the new CCNP track and bring you solid test prep material to ensure your certification success. Until the end of the month, you can find some limited news on the new Cisco CCNP certification track here at The Cisco Learning Network > Routing & Switching. We should have more details after the big Cisco Press reveal during the last week of January.

As noted in last week’s post, you can read all about the new CompTIA certification requirements here, Cert Shelf Life, and hear the related podcast here, Addressing Certification Concerns. On a similar note, Microsoft announced their MCSA recertification process here, Security Specialization plus recertification. This may be worth a read if you’re a DoD employee, or currently hold the MCSA Security Specialization credential.

For our new readers, THANKS for joining us in 2010. For our loyal visitors, THANK YOU for sticking with us for another exciting year. We’re sincerely looking forward to your questions, comments, and most importantly your IT Certification success stories!

–Aima Rotella

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