I’m going to TechEd 2009 and I will be an Microsoft Certified Architect!

I’m going to TechEd 2009 and I will be an Microsoft Certified Architect!

Just talked to my boss who must be impressed with something (perhaps me watching his kids now and then). I asked to go to TechEd 2009 and he totally agreed. Then, just to see how far I could push it, I asked to start the process of applying for the Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA) title, expecting, and having prepared for, a long argument and a lot of debating. He just nodded and agreed.

Wohoo!

Of course, becoming a certified architect is no small task but I shall engage with vigor and passion.

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2 thoughts on “I’m going to TechEd 2009 and I will be an Microsoft Certified Architect!”

  1. Oj! Wow! Dobbelt wow! Hvor mange certified architects finnes det i verden da? 100 ? Hvilket spor skal du velge da, fordi hvis jeg ikke husker feil å så er det vel spesialiseringer i denne sertifiseringen? Grattis i alle fall. Imponerende!

  2. I will first focus on the Solution architect track, but my secret plan to take over the world includes the possibility of doing the infrastructure track as well. I do realize, thought, that there is a lot more work to this than I initially thought.

    According to http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/certified.mspx there are about 73 solution architects in the world, but only 39 infrastructure architects. If there are any multiple-track architects at all, or if it is even possible to do, I do not know.

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