Microsoft Branches Off Architect Cert for DBAs

Microsoft this week announced a new title for its high-level architect series of certifications: Microsoft Certified Architect: Database. The title is now among two "Technology architecture skills" that the company offers; the other is MCA: Messaging, which was released June of last year. In much the same way that the MCA: Messaging focuses on an […]

Microsoft this week announced a new title for its high-level architect series of certifications: Microsoft Certified Architect: Database. The title is now among two "Technology architecture skills" that the company offers; the other is MCA: Messaging, which was released June of last year.


In much the same way that the MCA: Messaging focuses on an architect's ability to provide well planned networks that might incorporate a myriad number of messaging services, the MCA: Database focuses on a database architect's skills to plan, develop and program against a number of database languages and technologies, with emphasis on Microsoft SQL Server.

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