I'm hoping that the certification exams have been updated to remove the questions about what features you get with each version!
Ah ah ah I loved this post!
May I say I also hope that, two months after I take the certification (if!), the certification itself doesn't become part of Microsoft education and exam crams start flooding the Internet?
I was going to do the certification but I really don't know what to think about it now.
@NMackay if you're in this forum, it means you're in the University program, doesn't it?
Now that a lot of good courses are open to MSDN, apart from the live sessions (which are good, but recorded videos are good as well), what would be the benefit of having paid for University if not for the certification?
Rest Assured @JimBennett, we've scrubbed questions about pricing levels vs. features
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