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Tue, Sep 21, 1999
Microsoft Retires NT 4.0 MCSE Exams
This issue of W2Knews contains:
There are two important points we wanted to bring to your
attention. The first one is for Europe especially. If you
develop for Windows, you should _really_ check out this
1) GO TO THE TOP EUROPEAN WINDOWS DEVELOPERS SUMMIT
"Last call to register for WinSummit'99. WinSummit'99 is
the European Developers' Summit held October 4th - 8th in
the conference center of DAVOS, Switzerland. WinSummit'99
offers the participants a unique opportunity to increase
their programming knowledge of Microsoft Windows. It offers
130 sessions grouped in eight different tracks on the most
actual and demanded Windows topics. The sessions are delivered
exclusively by 30 of the developer's favorite speakers who
are worldwide known experts and book authors".
This summit is THE place to get all the latest and important
data to get your job done. (and get a taste of the gorgeous Alps)
Click here for all the details: http://www.winsummit.com
2) MICROSOFT RETIRES NT 4.0 MCSE EXAMS
Microsoft just announced their Windows 2000 Certification
program. It means that a whole bunch of the NT 4.0 exams will
be retired, and a whole slew of new ones will arrive.
These new Win2K exams will have new testing methods, like
simulations and item seeding. Donna Senko (MS director of
the certification and skills assessment group) explained this
at MCP TechMentor in San Francisco. To listen to her keynote
presentation, visit the MCP Website and check out this:
There is more about the new Windows 2000 track exam details,
and an FAQ. You can get more detail at the Microsoft's MCP Web
site at http://www.microsoft.com/mcp.
To find out which of your certifications are scheduled for
retirement (sigh) when Windows 2000 exams are released, go to
You can also visit ENT Magazine where they have the following.
That's all for now!
More news soon,
(email me with feedback: [email protected])