What? I can’t hear you; there’s a banana* in my chair.


In unrelated news, the “number of certified” table has been updated. Besides the Windows Server 2008 MCTS certs, let me know if you notice anything missing and we’ll track it down. 

*a smallish, Spanish-fugitive banana–you know the type.


Comments (14)

  1. Lukas Beeler says:

    I’m missing the MCTS: OCS 2007 😉

  2. Hi Trika!

    Wouldn´t it be cool to have some kind of cross reference, that is to say,  a cloumn answering the question "Number of people holding both MCSE 2003: Messaging AND MCSE 2003: Security. Or DBA and developer title.

    Best Wishes / Jesper

  3. Brian says:

    Missing: Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Specialist – Microsoft Dynamics

    Missing: Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional – Installation & Configuration for Microsoft Dynamics

  4. Helmer says:

    @Jesper : Yeah..I think it’s allready on the wishlist of many MCPs. hehe a Country filter would also be nice (is also on the list) :)

  5. Wayne Anderson says:

    What?  Whats that in the window behind the chair you say?

    Yes, those are the relatively dark, narrow, corridors of Microsoft’s building 18.  If the building were not so big, one would almost feel like they were working in a temporary building with all the bare walls and tiny (overcrowded) offices.

  6. Joe Bandana says:

    The eyes can be deceived you know. That banana is actually a normal size banana it’s just the chair is made for a giant. Trika looks like a 6 year old when she sits in that chair.

    Seconds later the jolly green giant walked by holding a bag of imported peas. He was later busted & detained for the illegal importation of sweet peas. Ho Ho Ho.

  7. haupt says:

    Missing:

    – Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007

    – Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007

    – Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007

    They also are missing on the MCP site.

    PS: Don’t corner a fugitive banana – they have a nasty slipping attack when under pressure.

  8. haupt says:

    Country filter would be awesome!

  9. haupt says:

    Missing:

    – Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007

    – Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007

    – Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007

    /Lars

  10. haupt says:

    Missing: Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007

  11. haupt says:

    Missing: Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007

    Missing: Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007

  12. Pieter says:

    Trika: Could you please update us on the number of people having passed the 648 and 649 beta exams?

  13. trikah@microsoft.com says:

    All, look for those in the next update. Thanks for the help.

    Helmer, Jesper: we are working on a matrix by which you will be able to filter on very specific fields: MCSE, does not hold MCDBA, located in Aruba, but originally from Houston, non-smoker, more than two pets, left handed, etc. I hope that will meet your needs…  :-)

    Joe, I am six years old.

    Pieter, we’ll find out how many people hold the Windows Server 2008 MCTS certs for the next rev. If I come across those numbers in the meantime, I’ll let you guys know!

  14. Lucho Rozas says:

    Missing:

    MCTS: Windows Server 2003 Hosted Environments, Configuration, and Management

    I think that a filter by country would be nice… but maybe a little difficult to realize.

    I hope someday you’ll put a country filter and a cross reference as Jesper say.

    Bye!