For those who are new to Microsoft Certifications or who have not taken a certification exam in the recent times, there are some changes in the exam format. I was looking for information on SQL Server 2012 certifications, I found 2 short videos that helps the would be exam candidate to know about the different format of questions they could see in the certification exam. I thought I would share those links in this blog. Check them out…
Microsoft Certification Exam Demo
New Innovative Item Types
All the best for your exam and the preparation..
– Bru Medishetty
I wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year 2012. I hope everyone had a great New Year celebrations. As with every new year, let us hope this year shall bring more happiness and prosperity to all.
I am going to list some of my goals to achieve in the year 2012 both professional and personal.
The first thing that comes to my mind when I start writing my goals is my blog post that I wrote on Jan 1st 2012 (about goals in 2010). If I look at those goals mentioned in that blog, I have to say, I did not achieve many of those goals, so this question comes to mind, Is it good to list my goals and fall short once again? I am sure it is easy to aim low and achieve it but if you aim low, you will not look higher. So I decided I shall aim for a bit higher, get motivated and achieve as much as I can..
Here is the list (first professional and finally personal)
- Write more content on my blog (at least 150 blog posts).
- Continue writing SQL Server Tidbits throughout the year.
- Finish at least 6 chapters in Learn SQL Server for Beginners Sections.
- Improve the content in Interview Questions and Answers Section.
- Participate in SQL Server Forums (at least 365 forum posts).
- Put every effort to make this happen, Pass Chapter in/around Harrisburg, PA.
- Attend PASS Summit in Seattle in November 2012.
- Record SQL Server Videos and publish them.
- Take at least 1 certification exam.
- Tweet more often.
- Do more charity.
- Be an improved Tennis Player.
At the end of the year 2012, I shall review how many of these goals were achieved and how well I fared on a scale of 10 for each of these goals.
— Bru Medishetty
Yet another year has passed ever so quickly and another new year, in fact a new decade has begun.
I had a satisfying and great year in 2009 as I had this site started and also blogged multiple times over the last few months of 2009. Now that I am looking forward to 2010, I wanted to come up with a list of things that I am looking forward to achieve in this Year. On top of the priorities is increase my commitment towards forum/community, that might be answering increased number of questions or writing more number of blogs. Few others that I am looking forward to are participating in some of the local SQL Server user groups and complete reading the SQL Server books I had already started reading and also read regularly (at least 3 books for a quarter). And finally pursue the MCITP : Database Developer 2008.
Wishing all readers a Happy and Prosperous New Year 2010.