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MCT for 10 Years

Today I've received a congratulation email from Ken Rosen (Microsoft Program Manager, MCT) that I've reached the tenth anniversary of being an MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer). I didn't know that I'm already MCT for ten years!

Checking my MCP transcript, I'm MCP since 1993, MCT since 1995, and MCSD since 1996.

These last years really a lot of products came along. I started working with Microsoft products with a beta version of Windows NT 3.1. Before that I've used Unix and VMS products. Since that time I've never stopped working with beta versions ;-)

The future will bring a lot more interesting stuff! The next weeks I'm helping customers with courses and consulting developing .NET 2.0 applications, and I'm already working with cool technologies that will be released some time after .NET 2.0.



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That is damn cool man!! Congratulations ;-) We're getting old ...

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