Webinar: Get Certified! Overview of the MS-600 exam & Microsoft 365 Developer Associate certification

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This upcoming webinar with Microsoft MVP Andrew Connell will be very helpful for every one of you who is preparing for or wants to know more about the MS-600 exam.

Here’s how Microsoft describes the MS-600 exam to become a Mirosoft 365 certified Developer Associate:

Microsoft 365 Developers design, build, test, and maintain applications and solutions that are optimized for the productivity and collaboration needs of organizations using the Microsoft 365 platform.

Microsoft 365 Developers are proficient in the Microsoft identity and Microsoft Graph. They have general knowledge on UI elements (including Adaptive Cards and UI Fabric), Integration Points (including Microsoft Teams, Office Add-ins, SharePoint Framework, Actionable Messages), and determining workload platform targets.

There’s tons of study guides out there but what could be more helpful than an hour with one of the planners of this certification? Andrew Connell was deeply involved with Microsoft in the creation of the Microsoft 365 Developer Associate certification and will be able to tell you what topics you need to have experience in and how you can best get yourself prepared to take and pass the MS-600 exam.

You will learn:

  • if the Microsoft 365 Developer Associate certification is for you
  • why Microsoft created the certification
  • who is the ideal candidate to take the MS-600 exam
  • what topics are covered on the MS-600

Join Andrew on the 22nd of April at 10 am (EDT) / 4 pm (CEST) and smash that MS-600 exam!

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Here’s a list of exemplary professionals who have been guest speakers at Rencore: Bill Baer, Vesa Juvonen, Jussi Roine, Spencer Harbar, Chris McNulty, Liam Cleary, Jeremy Thake, Paolo Pialorsi, Nicki Borell, Benjamin Niaulin and Mike Fitzmaurice as well as our very own experts Matthias Einig, Waldek Mastykarz, Hugh Wood and Erwin van Hunen. Feel free to click on their links and re-watch the webinars.

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