A little something to tide you over

And I'm not talking about a string cheese, if you know what I mean. And what I mean is, here is some information about WS2008 certification and books.  

Because we're getting more and more questions about availability of the WS2008 exams, and because we're not always particularly reliable about letting you know when exams ARE out, we created a sign-up where you can get a day-of notice when the Server 2008 exams are live (a few months out from now). And to help out those of you who are fired up to get certified early, your notification will include a 40% savings code (actually, you'll get two) to use on the WS2008 exam of your choice... 

I just heard there are two new books out:

As always, keep an eye on the WS2008 learning portal for new resources and offers as they become available: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/windowsserver2008/default.mspx

See you.

Comments (8)
  1. I was never fond of string cheese. Regardless, good info.

  2. Bryant Likes says:

    Pretty cool. How about something like that for the .NET 3.5 stuff (Sorry I’m a developer, not an engineer). 🙂

  3. dr00 says:

    Stay out of the deep end for sure Trika. Its JUST certifications, we’ll survive. Thanks again for everything you do!

    tide over,

    a. to assist in getting over a period of difficulty or distress.

    b. to surmount (a difficulty, obstacle, etc.); survive.


  4. 70-649 says:

    Any word when Microsoft will update the 70-649 to be a ‘good’ exam and stop with this ‘trash-paper’ 55q exam?

  5. Peter Read says:

    What was wrong with 649?  I’ll admit I was more impressed with 646/647 but can’t see your issue…  & number of q’s should be almost irrelevant as long as the questions aren’t…

  6. Alice says:

    Peter – Perhaps the prior commenter is hoping for simulations, as some have come to expect from the Server 2003 exams. 🙂

  7. trikah@microsoft.com says:

    Bryant, I’ll have you know this is being discussed! Will of course post if it happens.

    70-649, We thought you guys would be pleased that the upgrade exams weren’t four days long this time…

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