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    Cool Passed 463 finally

    It took too many attempts. Lots of those questions that have the same answers for 4 or 5 questions this time. MCSA SQL Server. Now back to finish the MCSE in Windows Server 2012.
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    Dang man you are a machine! Gratz on the pass! I get tired thinking about how much you must study for these exams.
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    Good going , does that mean you are now a fully fledged MCSA SQL 2012 ?
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    I think it has become more of a hobby than anything else. I have the a really good job as a SR. SQL Database Administrator and Windows Server Administrator. I do think its import to keep current on SQL Server and Windows Server.
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    Congratulations!
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    I totally understand Aaron. I think it's great you continue with your studies. I work for a small business so getting any traction in one area is hard for me too do. Just recently I started scripting CRON for our new incident management system. (I'm laughing hard right now) This is an "agile" environment to say the least. The one constant is my use of SSMS, from a technology standpoint. So it makes sense for SQL certifications but nothing much else, maybe process certs like a Business Analysis or Project Management cert, although I have 5 - 6 of those already I'll probably pass
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    After a good few months of not studying I'm getting back on the horse to gain this and finally my MCSA. I just know this is going to be a hard one. Congrats on your pass though
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