Exchange Server 2010 Training
Perhaps you have heard the joke where the patient complains to Dr. And the esteemed medical practitioners response is: “take two aspirin and call me in the morning.”
When I was a full-time trainer in the Microsoft MCSE track . I noticed that many of the colleges avoided Microsoft Exchange training like it was the plague. It was put succinctly to me by one college administrator who said that students who enter Microsoft Exchange classes “fall into a black hole.”
While at the time, I was not an Exchange guru, so I didn’t understand his point. Then I got an opportunity to become a guru and write a book about Microsoft Exchange 5.5.
That experience fully enlightened me into the black hole experience known as Microsoft Exchange.
It is small wonder that certification candidates look at MS 70-662 and become rooted in a fear that can only be described as a fate worse than death.
I’m delighted to report there is hope however. J. Peter Bruzzese has teamed up with trainsignal.com to create over 20 hours of video training. The beauty is while it doesn’t excellent job of covering MS 70-662, it also includes a full version of the Transcender’s practice exam.
The course outline should give you an indication of just how much training you are getting on the three DVDs. While the syllabus lists 40 lessons, there are more .X lessons (Lesson 36.2, Lesson 37.2) than you got fingers.
It is a pleasure to see courseware availability that is: on video while addressing both getting your brain wrapped around Microsoft Exchange without falling into the black hole.
For those looking to become Microsoft certified it is a well rounded course. Of course I am prejudiced. I have enjoyed following J. Peter for a number of years.
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