MCSA: SQL 2008


After a couple of tries (finding time to study is harder than I thought), I have finally passed my 70-432 to earn my Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate SQL 2008!  Having previously earned my MCTIP: SQL Server 2008 Business Intelligence, I only needed this one test.

Now, I must crack down!  I will study, break, fix and torture a SQL Development server for my 70-457 and 70-458 to transition to SQL 2012!

I know some people in the SQL world do not see certifications as all that necessary and definitely not completely indicative of real world experiences; but this was a personal/professional goal of mine to earn my MCSA SQL 2012.  I am now 2 tests away!

Who knows, I may go for my MCSE!

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Posted on May 12, 2015, in SQL and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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