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    Default 98-381 Introductory Python

    Anyone done the MTA 98-381 exam yet ? I have dabbled around in python and am a bit tempted to take a shot at it before end of Jan.
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    oh there's a Python cert! yesssssss! I will be doing this after I finish the CCNA
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    I would honestly look at the GPYC from GIAC. Yes it is more expensive but covers python for pen testing!

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    Is there any specific reason you want a certification in Python?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YuckTheFankees View Post
    Is there any specific reason you want a certification in Python?
    To be honest there's absolutely none. I am not a coder but have a soft spot for python and have dabbled around with it for basic data extraction at work. By studying for the cert I believe I can get a better foundation in the language however it does not really have any professional value to me.
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    Has anyone found a study guide or something that has sample questions for this 98-381 exam? We are looking to offer it as a course, but there is slim to any information available that I have found...

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    Looks interesting.
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    Does look interesting but dont see the value in it..

    Link: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/lear...am-98-381.aspx
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    There's also a certification from python institute :-

    Python Certification : Python Institute's PCAP or Microsoft MTA 98-381

    Would be interested to know your views Zorodzai if you already took the 98-381
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