New Microsoft MTA Exams Coming : Javascript & Python

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The story of Microsoft’s love affair with open source technologies continues, In just over 3 years ago, Microsoft’s chief Satya made the (once seemingly impossible) announcement that Microsoft loves Linux and was planning to build tools that would deepen Microsoft technologies’ relationship with similar open source platforms and technologies. In confirmation of this development,  Microsoft Press will soon release an MTA training manual for Python.

MTA is an introductory Microsoft certification for individuals considering a career in technology. MTA certification addresses a wide spectrum of fundamental technical concepts, assesses and validates your core technical knowledge, and enhances your technical credibility. These exams validate the foundational knowledge needed to begin building a career in this amazing field and provide an ideal stepping stone to our MCSA certifications and to a career in IT.

Python as a programming language that continues to get attraction worldwide. A September 2014 report from Dice lists Python as one of the fastest-growing skills based on increased job opportunities. Javascript on the other hand continues to form the back-bone of a new generation of responsive and highly scalable apps. Microsoft recognizing the reach and potential of such technologies, will be soon releasing training manuals o these technologies, and also how you can integrate them into Microsoft’s premium cloud technology, Azure

Microsoft Press will be publish soon details on how to get training from Microsoft on Python, as well as Javascript. We will keep you posted once these details are made available.

 

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