Have you taught introductory Mobile Development courses? We want you!

Sandi Resnick (Microsoft)

We're looking for volunteers to help us with the development of a new Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)* exam covering mobile development fundamentals.  If you've taught introductory mobile development courses in a high school, community college, or other learning environment, we want you!

MTA is the first Microsoft certification targeted specifically at students who are new to IT.  The exams validate the foundational knowledge needed to begin building a career using Microsoft technologies.  We recommend that candidates have some hands-on technology experience prior to taking these exams.  MTA provides an ideal stepping stone to our MCTS certifications and to a career in IT.

Please email me at sanres@microsoft.com by end of day July 29th PST if you'd like to participate in developing this exam.  Please provide a brief summary of your relevant experience.

And if you know someone who you think would be interested in volunteering for this, please send them a link to this post.  We want to hear from as many people as possible.

*If this is the first you've heard about MTA, you can find out more about it here on Born to Learn.

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    For millions of people around the globe, Microsoft Certifications are known and trusted differentiators of an individual's technology competency. That's why Microsoft and Certiport are pleased to present you with the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification—a new entry-level credential from Microsoft that validates essential technology knowledge, enabling students to explore academic and career options, and take the first step toward building a successful career in technology.