That is not all. They were impressed on when the program started, when I signed up and how quickly I was able to get a website running, the technologies that were needed to be used within the requirements of the program to succeed, and they have offered me to lead me in the right direction to become an official Microsoft Certified Partner.
Now this would mean I would have to take atleast one certificate program after I am done with my E-learning through Microsoft and pass it enough to obtain the certificate. Once I have obtained the certificate I will be eligible to call myself a Microsoft Certified Partner.
To those programmers who already are a Microsoft Certified Partner what certificate did you take, and what is it like. What do you advice me to do during e-learning and taking the exams for the certificate? Never have taken one before I do not know the difficulty of the exams.
I am currently a web developer using ASP.Net MVC / ASP.Net , C#, Silverlight with all the client-side languages I don't feel like listing. I am quite good but not a master by far in SQL since I just built 4 databases this year. I know my way around SQL databases, how to set them up on a server through shared hosting and dedicated servers, and during my last project and the next couple of projects coming up this year I am assigned as Sr. Lead Developer.
My main focus has been for now web development with a splash of WPF application development and as a hobby I study XNA and make games for my xbox Elite (which I just recently purchased).
This post has been edited by coden4fun: 14 January 2010 - 10:55 PM