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Call for Reviewers: Developer, SQL Exams

If your plans call for taking the new-generation MCP developer and SQL exams in the next few weeks, tell us how you plan to approach them and what steps you'll take to pass them.

If your plans for 2006 call for taking the new-generation MCP developer and SQL exams and obtaining an Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist or the premium Microsoft Certified IT Professional or Microsoft Certified Professional Developer titles, we want to hear from you.

Tell us how you plan to approach them and study for these exams, and what topic areas may prove the most challenging to test takers who'll follow in your footsteps. Upon acceptance, your review may appear on MCPmag.com, and may even garner you more respect among your peers.

At the moment, we're looking for reviewers of the following exams:

For your efforts, we'll pay a generous stipend, plus reimburse you for any exam fees (with proof). Naturally, we do expect you to be inordinately articulate and able to put your thoughts into a well-written document (although we don't ask for perfection, which is what the editors are here for). To find out more, write to Michael Domingo, MCPmag.com Editor, at mdomingo@101com.com, or call him directly at 949-265-1564.

For examples of exam reviews to follow, check out the following:

Even if you don't plan on taking these exams but you'd like to write for MCPmag.com, we're always looking for fresh new faces to come up with innovative technical topics, quick tips and ideas for the coming months. Currently, we're seeking writers who can provide some insights into SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio .NET 2005, Exchange "12," Office "12", and Windows Vista.

General writer's guidelines are at http://mcpmag.com/aboutus/mcpmag.asp?EditorialsID=9.

About the Author

Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.

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