Achieved Two New MCSE Certifications

This week I achieved two new MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert) certifications:

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These achievements were on the back of Microsoft announcing the streamlined certifications aligning to industry-recognised areas of competence, Centres of Excellence, used by the Microsoft Partner Network to identify technical competencies that are widely recognisable by both Microsoft partners and customers.

Though you have to admire the way communication automation works here as I held SharePoint and Data Platform certification up to last week and sudden receipt of email confirming new certifications. Little explanation would have been nice as to why this was! –nonetheless i am happy and support the alignment of certifications.

For further details, you can download the Microsoft technical certification roadmap.New-MCSE-certifications

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Chirag is an Independent Consultant at Patel Consulting, Chartered IT Professional, TOGAF9 Certified Architect and Microsoft Certified Solution Expert (Productivity, Data Platform) based in London, UK with more than 15 years of industry experience. He works with a wide variety of clients in many sectors, designing and implementing business collaboration, data and information management solutions and services based on SharePoint and Office 365 technologies to create business value for both themselves and their customers, including UK Microsoft Gold Partners with deployment, upgrade and migration services delivery. Chirag is an active SharePoint community participant, frequent speaker at local and international events including SharePoint Saturdays and Collab365. He is also one of the co-organisers of the SharePoint User Group UK (London) region. In 2011, for his valuable contributions to Microsoft TechNet forums he received a Microsoft Community Contributor Award. In his little spare time he enjoys cycling, cricket and every year participating in Charity bike rides and Duathlons. You can find him online at www.techchirag.com and follow Chirag on Twitter at @techChirag.

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