Bruno Bruno Coelho is a Software Engineer with a 360º vision about the software development world. He believes that having strong technical and business skills is critical to stay relevant in today’s competitive business world.
He has published and presented both technical and non-technical articles, covering a wide range of subjects: from security to productivity, from performance to marketing and from XML to persuasion.
He holds a degree in Informatic Engineering and is currently studying for a Master’s degree of Management.

After reviewing the uCertify prepkit for the exam 70-315, Bruno said “I’m thinking about taking a certification. To help me succeed I will definitely count with uCertify PrepKits.

uCertify have gone well beyond the call of duty delivering a learning platform where you can enhance, test and take your knowledge to the next level using a simple and intuitive user-interface.” Continue reading Bruno’s uCertify 70-315 PrepKit review.

Nishith Pathak Nishith is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), reviewer, Published Author of Apress, Speaker for Microsoft India, a Microsoft Purist who believes Microsoft technology, is the ultimate solution to real world software problems. He is been working with Microsoft .NET Technologies since its initial beta version. Having an experience of more than 10 years in IT Industries and having more than 12 Microsoft certifications in his belt, he had gained technical expertise in both windows and web solutions though usage of Microsoft products. His expertise is in delivering enterprise solutions to Fortune 100 companies spanning the globe.

Nishith passion towards technology led him naturally to the developer communities. He has shared his knowledge with developer communities across the country where he helped them understand and use Microsoft technologies effectively. In fact, he has been awarded the title Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for his contributions to .NET technologies by Microsoft. As an early adopter of Microsoft technology, he has kept pace in the certification challenges and succeeded in getting several of his certifications in beta stages. He is charted members of MCSD.NET and MCAD.NET certifications. He is also involved in various Technical authoring/Consultation and has written many articles, reviews, and columns for multiple electronic and print publications. Nishith speaks for user groups and also for Microsoft India on various upcoming technologies. He is a speaker for Microsoft India.
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Vaibhav Choudhary is currently working for Sun Microsystems. He is an avid supporter of Open Source systems and likes Java related technologies ranging from simple Java, JavaScript concepts to multithreading and nitty gritties of JVM.

After reviewing the uCertify prepkit for the exam SCJP, Vaibhav said “Ah good recap of my exam days. I feel like giving the certification exam again 🙂 I am again very thankful to uCertify which provide a good deal of questions and make the life little easier for aspirants” Continue reading Vaibhav’s uCertify Sun’s SCJP 5.0 PrepKit review >>

Vikram Ramanathan has been working in the software industry for the past 7 years. He has worked on a variety of technologies/platforms such as Flash, Photoshop, Linux, VB6, and .NET. Currently, He is working on a Legacy application created on VB6 with Xml as its back end. He is doing the certification as part of his Individual Development Plan for his company and also increase his .NET knowledge. He has one or two home projects, which he is doing to improve his technical skill level in .NET.

After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 70-536, he concluded that “Overall, it was a pleasant experience using uCertify Prep Engine. Previously I had used Microsoft’ PrepKit. It was refreshing to use uCertify’s Prep Kit for a change. Though, I have not fully explored uCertify’s Prep Engine, I am certainly happy with what I have seen and learnt. Now It’s “Certify” time for me and hope to with study with full steam and clear the exams with with flying colors.”

You can read the complete review on uCertify 70-536 CSHARP PrepKit at Vikram’s Blog.

Carlos G. Gavidia (B. Sc in Systems Engineering – Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería) is a software engineer in a Perú-based development house, Avances Tecnológicos SRL (http://www.avances.com.pe/). At Avances Tecnológicos, Carlos belongs to the Java Developement Team who work on enterprise solutions for a variety of clients including Telefónica del Perú and Alicorp.

Carlos is a Sun Certified Professional, and owns the following certifications: SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD and SCDJWS. He maintains a blog dedicated to Java Programming where he publishes several articles in Spanish, his native language. In his spare time, Carlos enjoys playing tennis with his college friends and making acoustic rock covers with his brother. Carlos lives in Lima, Perú.

You can read the complete review on uCertify CX310-110 SCMAD Mobile Application Developer PrepKit at Carlos G. Gavidia’s Blog.

Rob Elamb has been doing security for the federal government for over 10 years. He specializes in certification & accreditation for Department of Defense systems, IA Controls, attaining security certifications and recognizing scams.

Rob commented in his review, “ My honest opinion is that software like uCerts Prepkits are great for gauging your level of preparation. I also recommend that you use more than one gauge (particularly on the bigger tests such as CISSP).” Continue reading Rob’s uCertify CompTIA Security+ exam (SY0-101) PrepKit review >>

Pete Soheil is the Owner and Founder of DigiOz Multimedia, a Chicago-IL based company that specializes in the creation of Windows, Web and Mobile Business Applications Development in a variety of Programming Languages, including C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, ASP, VC++, GCC, PHP and Perl. For more information, please visit www.digioz.com.

Here’s what Pete said:

“Being a web developer, I have been thinking about taking the “M70-315 for Web Applications with C# .NET”, and uCertify has a prep course on exactly that topic (along with a couple of hundred other certification preps which I am not going to go into detail for. Which is why I downloaded and tried out this Prep Kit to see how much I know already and what I need to brush up on for the exam.

The thing that I loved about the Prep Application was how easy to use and common sense the interface was. Let’s face it, none of us would want to learn a whole new complicated application just to prepare for certification, which I am willing to bet is exactly what the uCertify people had in mind when they created this Prep Application. The Application is divided into two main sections: Study and Learn and Practice Test.”

Read the full review at DigiOz Multimedia and know Pete’s opinion on the 70-315 certification PrepKit.

Agraj has completed his graduation in Computer Science from Delhi University and later, he has also completed MCA from Delhi University as well. Now, he is working as a Software Engineer. He loves making friends, reading books, learning new technologies, and writing blogs, whatever he gets the time. After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam SCJP 5.0, he concluded that “Although it is an excellent kit to give you a proper feel of the actual exam; it is equipped with some easy and some tough (read tricky) questions as well just as the actual paper would. But, do not think that you need just this PrepKit to clear the paper! What you also need is a javac (Java compiler) to practice and coding. I strongly recommend understanding the involved concepts and coding by hand (not by IDE), then take these useful tests to gain confidence as the actual exam looks almost the same.”

Visit Agraj’s blog to read his full review of the PrepKit.

Vaibhav Pandey is a Software Engineer, reviewed the uCertify SCX310-065- SCJP 6.0 PrepKit. He has become a Software engineer in a very young age (22 years) and got more than two years of experience in Java programming. He uses Java to create different types of applications including Windows, Web sites, e-learning courses, and mobile applications. After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam SCX310-065, Vaibhav said, “The SCJP 310-065 exam is not easy to crack.I have an experience of using the uCertify’s SCJP 310-065 exam preparation kit for quite a long time, and it is needed the best exam preparation kit available. I have also tried several other SCJP preparations kits but they never worth money I have spent on them.

Visit Vaibhav’s Blog to read his full review of the PrepKit.

Tudor Barbu is a Software developer with expertise in both client and server side development, aspiring guru on the client side disciplines such as Javascript and CSS, passionate with web security, usability and web standards evangelist.

Presently Tudor works at Zitec, his tasks are manly programming related. He works in teams of 2 to 4 developers on the company’s products, with technologies like PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, bash scripting and sometimes Java or python. Projects vary greatly in their complexity. For a project he had written a multi-threaded socket server in PHP (using the PNCTL library).

Tudor also works as a primary instructor for the PHP and CSS/Javascript courses at LEC. Aside from actual teaching the courses, his duties also include writing course materials and working on the company’s site (built by him on Drupal).

Prior to this , Tudor has worked with the Navidoo group which  was created as a new agency of “the group”, the entire development team from new/media was moved here under new management and Tudor was appointed team leader. He was supposed to lead the internal projects as a senior programmer as well to work with outside IT consultants and contractors and make sure that everything goes together as planned from a technical point of view.

After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for exam XK0-002 – CompTIA Linux+ , Tudor said ” The kit is really easy to use, with a well designed user interface and good typography. I don’t think the average user will have any difficulties using it, further more a candidate for a serious IT certification. It goes straight to the point and focuses on the exam’s objectives right from the start.”

For reading his complete review, kindly visit http://blog.motane.lu/2009/03/08/review-of-xk0-002-linux-prepkit