Microsoft launched a reorganized Microsoft Technology Associate certification structure at the end of January.
Microsoft used to offer three MTA certifications (MTA Database, MTA Developer, and MTA IT Infrastructure), but all of its tracks are now under one certification.
Learners have the option to choose from 13 exam options and, upon passing, receive the MTA certification.
These exams are now part of the exam pool:
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Software Development Fundamentals 98-361
98-364 Database Fundamentals
98-365 Windows Server Administration Fundamentals
98-366 Networking Fundamentals
98-367 Security Fundamentals
98-368 Mobility and Devices Basics
98-369 Cloud Fundamentals
98-375 HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals
98-380 Introduction To Programming Using Block Based Languages (Touch Develop).
These are the new exams added to the exam pool:
98-381 Introduction To Programming with Python
98-383 Introduction To Programming Using HTML And CSS
Although there are no prerequisites for taking any of the exams you should make sure to review Microsoft’s exam prep materials and SPOTO training material.
After you have earned your MTA, you will be able to continue your education and earn your MCSA or MCSD in a variety of subjects.
Microsoft’s certification restructure makes it easier for test-takers to choose the path that best suits their needs to become Microsoft certified. Learn more about the new cert reorganization from Microsoft on their website. You can also get training through SPOTO.
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