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Check out this review of the new MOS 2013 project-based exam experience, including how it differs from MOS 2010 and how best to prepare.

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May 09, 2013

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A profile of Natalie, a participant in the Microsoft Academy of College Hire program.

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October 19, 2009

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We recently asked Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) why they got certified. Listen to their stories.

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June 24, 2015

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Ricoh Germany is driving new business by moving from document hardware and printing to eight lines of business, including managed document services and IT infrastructure. Its employees rely on Microsoft training and certification to stay abreast of tech trends and better serve customers

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June 15, 2015

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Maps Credit Union of Salem, Oregon, prides itself on great customer service and prudent financial management. Maps also has a top-flight IT department dedicated to creating applications and services that are sold to other credit unions. One way Maps keeps its IT staff working at a high level is through training and certification from Microsoft.

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January 21, 2015

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Nick Baker is General Manager for Xbox Architectural Design. After graduating from Imperial College London in 1990, he found his way to Apple and worked on the team that tried to create a specialized video card. He then went to 3DO where he worked on their high-end gaming system, which unfortunately failed in the market. In 1997 he joined Microsoft to work in the WebTV team on their next generation set-top-box known as UltimateTV. It was during this time that Microsoft’s Xbox was entering its initial design phase, and because Nick and his team had already done some research at adding game-play capabilities to UltimateTV they provided some useful guidance on the first Xbox hardware design. Nick’s assistance with the initial Xbox design was seen as pivotal enough, that in 2002 he was asked to head up the team that would design the next generation hardware, which would eventually become known as the XBOX 360. It is there, that Nick Baker finds himself to this day, working hard at fine tun

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December 14, 2009

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