Obinna hails from the Eastern part of Nigeria. He is an Information and Communications Technologist by education and an IT Specialist by Profession. After completing his B.Tech, he joined one of the top Microsoft Partner IT companies in Abuja, Nigeria. His areas of specialization is Microsoft OS technologies/products.

He holds various professional certifications from Microsoft and is an active & registered member of Microsoft Clubhouse, Microsoft IT Advisory Council (IT AC) and Windows Forums.

Obinna lives in Abuja, Nigeria. His hobbies include Techie activities, International Travel, Reading Novels (Espionage and Detective), Music (most especially Rock genre), Playing board games (Chess, Scrabble) and of course blogging.

After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 70-680, Obinna said, “uCertify M70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring is an easy-to-use application that will help you learn for the 70-680 exam. It also tracks your progress, identifies areas for improvements and simulates the actual exam..”

You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 70-680 TS: Windows 7, Configuring PrepKit at Obinna’s blog.


Jason has been working with Microsoft BI tools since he joined the IT industry in 2006. Since then he has worked across SSAS, SSRS and SSIS for a large number of clients like Unilever, Imperial Tobacco, IATA, Schneider Electric, etc. He is currently working at MindTree Ltd, London ( and his personal blog site can be found at His blogs can also be found at the popular technical site at


After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 70-448, Jason said, “The UI has got separate sections for tests, study materials and progress tracking. The tests can be taken in two modes – learn mode (where you can review your answers immediately and read the notes also for it) and test mode (where you would be able to see your answers and score only at the end of the test). uCertify has neatly classified the tests so that there is a diagnostic test in the beginning to assess your level, practice tests to improve your skill levels and the final test (which I think is a bit harder than the real one).”


You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 70-448 SQL Server 2008, Business Intelligence Development PrepKit at Jason’s blog


Daniel D’Agostino is a software developer with experience in C#, Java, PowerBuilder, and several web technologies. Daniel is in possession of a BSc IT (Hons) degree as well as an LPIC-1 certification, and is currently reading an MSc in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. He has been writing on the web for almost 10 years, through several sites including Dino’s Ultima Page [], Gigi’s Computer Corner [] and Gigi on IT [].


After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 70-511, Daniel said, “uCertify’s PrepKits pack quite a lot of useful material to help you achieve the certification you want.. The PrepEngine is built with usability in mind, and it is easy to find the information you need. ”

You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 70-511 Windows Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 PrepKit at Daniel’s Blog.


Amol Wagh is a tech blogger & loves to share his work on the web by writing guidelines for Ethical Hacking students and security professionals performing various types of hacking. From pen test to smartphone hacking – He enjoys hacking, just for personal research purpose.

His prime area of research is Cyber Criminals & Penetration testing. He is currently working on a Video Product Development to demonstrate Hacking and Pen Testing for absolute beginners.

He has been working with more of grey as well as black hat hackers in order to learn the latest and advanced hacking as well as defending techniques so as to share them with learners.

After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 312-50, Amol said, “They have covered every single detail that any ethical hacking student must know. More interesting thing I would like to specially mention is, Even If you are an absolute beginner they have provided all the modules to make it easy to learn ”

You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 312-50 Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures PrepKit at Amol’s Blog