We just released simulator (uCertify Lab) for CompTIA HIT-001 (Health Care Technician) exam. The certification course covers the knowledge and skills required to implement, deploy, and support healthcare IT systems in U.S. clinical setting. The exam is intended for IT professionals who are CompTIA A+ certified or have 500 hours of hands-on IT technical experience in the field, plus the knowledge/skills necessary in clinical setting.
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Microsoft has changed the name of their MCSD exam Metro Style Apps to MCSD: Windows Store Apps. Other than the name change, other aspects of the exam including requirements are exactly the same. As before, there are two paths to achieving this certification—using HTML5 or C#.
To earn a MCSD: Windows Store Apps credential using HTML5, candidates need to pass three exams: 70-480, 70-481, and 70-482.
To earn a MCSD: Windows Store Apps credential using C#, candidates need to pass 70-483, 70-484, and 70-485 exams.
The Microsoft Learning Group stated in a recent press release, that it is retooling the Microsoft certification program to address the increasing role of cloud computing in the IT and developer professions. The previous credentials for MCSE and MCSD are back. Indeed, MCSE is now Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert and MCSD is now the Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer.
Microsoft is revamping its certification program to meet increasing demand for cloud-computing skill sets, with a new focus on system planning and design. The program now features three new skill levels: Associate, Expert, and Master.
The Associate Level comprises of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification. This level represents a foundation and is the prerequisite certification necessary to earn an MCSE.
The Expert Level comprises of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) or its developer equivalent, Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD), and is Microsoft’s flagship certification for individuals who want to lead their organization’s transition to the cloud.
The Master Level is the Microsoft Certified Solutions Master (MCSM) certification that differentiates the select few from their peers and represents the highest bar of knowledge and skills validation.
Muhanad is a Microsoft.NET purist and an MCP,MCAD,MCSD and he is working as a Senior Developer and Technical Leader at TurkSat Turkey.In the Past Muhanad has worked as a Senior Developer at Sentim.He had also worked as an Export Expert at Motali. In addition to this He had been associated with REEM Network and worked there as a CEO of the company.
He has specialized in E-Government and Entreprise projects,specialized in framework development and projects infrastructure preparation to give developers more stable and consistent platform.
Out of his interest and curiosity in learning more and more about latest technologies, Muhanad writes about various new technologies and certifications. His articles can be read on http://weblogs.asp.net/muhanadyounis/
After reviwing the uCertify PrepKit 70-553, Muhanad said “I did not think that studying for IT exams could come that much easy, but after I saw the uCertify package, I believed that there is no way to FAIL!”