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Windows 2008 R2 Server Virtualization (70-659) Exam Virtual Study Group
Virtual Study Group for 70-659 Windows Server Virtualization Exam
Virtualization is an important and pivotal technology for sys admins, network admins and other IT professionals to understand. To help you develop your skills with Windows Server virtualization, we’ve put together a virtual study group on virtualization!
We’ll be meeting online for 3 hours at a time over the next 4 Sunday evenings. We apologize for the late notice but if you’re able to fit it into your schedule, you won’t be sorry! However, it’s not going to be a walk in the park – there will be homework to do in between classes and you will be expected to participate during study group times. There’s also an expectation that before the end of the 4 weeks, you’ll have scheduled an exam time. But just in case you need an incentive, if you pass the exam before May 31st and email your transcript as proof to Ruth Morton from Microsoft (email@example.com), she’ll send you a $75 gift card in return.
Sunday Feb 19, 2012 4pm – 7pm
Sunday Feb 26, 2012 4pm – 7pm
Sunday Mar 4, 2012 4pm – 7pm
Sunday Mar 11, 2012 4pm – 7pm
Location: online via Lync (url: https://join.microsoft.com/meet/ruthmort/6D8BY9F1)
$75 which goes to your local user group, plus a small fee charged by PayPal.
Study Group Leader: Sasa Sanda
Study Group Mentors: Mitch Garvis & Brad Bird
This is the first of what we hope to be several virtual study groups between now and the end of May for exam 70-659, so if you can’t make this one just let Ruth know and she’ll put you on the list to be notified for the next one.
If you are interested in helping out with subsequent study groups as a leader or mentor, please let Ruth know.
Ottawa Windows Server Users Group in Partnership with Microsoft
Ottawa Windows Server User Group: Our primary purpose is to help System Administrators in the National Capital Region to become familiar with and more proficient in their use of Microsoft Back Office technologies.