Catch Highlights from Certified Career Day 2013

Catch Highlights from Certified Career Day 2013

Veronica Sopher - Microsoft

Missed the live broadcast of Microsoft Certified Career Day 2013? Want to revisit the sessions? You're in luck! You can now watch the following recorded webcasts on your own time at aka.ms/mccd2013

  • IT Industry Panel Discussion. A must-see interactive panel discussion with IT industry experts on how the Cloud is redefining IT recruitment.
  • Exclusive Interview with Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich, by Wes Miller, discussing key capabilities organizations will need when migrating workloads to the cloud. 
  • Windows Server 2012 Product Session. Senior Technical Evangelists Rick Claus and Joey Snow discuss how to get th training you need to transform your IT operations and deliver a whole new level of business value with Windows Server 2012. 
  • SQL Server 2012 Product Session. Senior Product Managers Dandy Weyn and Jennifer Moser discuss the Business Intelligence scenarios that SQL Server 102 delivers to organizations, and what training you need now to help enable this capability.
  • Certification and Career Success Story. Hear about the role certification has played in Cynthia Wang's IT career success. 
  • Plus, go behind the scenes at Certified Career Day 2013!

Take the next step: join the 90-day to MCSA challenge

Microsoft Certified Career Day 2013 spotlighted the opportunities for advancing your IT career through skills development, training and certification.To help you take the next step, we created a free program to get you get cloud-certified in just three months. 90 Days to MCSA gives you a clear roadmap, tools and community support to help you earn MCSA certification for  Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012. Visit www.90daystoMCSA.com and sign up for bi-weekly emails that walk you through the program--you'll be entered to win an Acer tablet just for signing up!

Comments
  • piotr.godlewski.eu
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    Hi Veronica,

    Do you know when acer tablet winners will be announced ?