WSPDC September 5th Meeting w/ Jen Davis (Chevy Chase)

Thu, 5 Sep 2013, 19:00 - 22:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
5404 Wisconsin Ave , Suite 5186, US

Presentation Title: MCSE, MCSD, MCSM - Oh My! Presentation Description: So you've decided to join the community of SharePoint certified professionals - but as WHAT? Like the software itself, the SharePoint certification process has gone through a number of changes over the past year. Gone is the confusing MCITP (which had a lifecycle just short of Windows Vista), and the familiar MCSE has returned. There's also a number of other options for those who want to get involved in SharePoint, but don't want to "geek out" in the process - such as the Microsoft Office Specialist, or MOS Master. Some of these certifications will pay for themselves in less than a year through increases in salaries - while others just look nice on paper without really advancing your career. Come learn about the best (and almost free) ways to get trained and earn your certification doing what you already do every day. We'll also discuss where the labor market is going, and through the right certifications and training how you, too, can "Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud"!! Speaker: Jen Davis

Senior SharePoint Architect, TWD & Associates

Twitter: @jensterd

LinkedIn: Jennifer Davis / SharePoint Architect / TWD & Associates

Bio: Jen Davis (MCP, MCTS, MCITP, MCSE) has been working with SharePoint since its original release as SharePoint Portal Server 2001. Through her work with SharePoint over the past 12 years, she has extensive experience as an architect of farms of 1 to 100 servers, and integration with other Microsoft products from Access Web Services to Visual Studio Team Services. Her passion is in bridging the reality gap between the end users - who want it all - and SharePoint - which wants to do it all but sometimes just can't. She can be seen driving through DC traffic with the license plate "SHRPNT".

Event venue: Microsoft Chevy Chase Office

Hosted by: Federal SharePoint User Group

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