SharePoint 2013 Learning Roadmap and Certifications

As with any new release there is an associated learning curve for anybody within the industry. In the past, Microsoft would rely solely on Microsoft Learning Centers to help get the information out. For SharePoint 2013 they are starting to do more. Recently multiple Learning Roadmaps for SharePoint 2013 were released to help IT Professionals understand what has changed with the platform. These Learning Roadmaps are broken down into:

  • Authentication in SharePoint 2013
  • Upgrade for SharePoint 2013
  • Virtualize SharePoint 2013
  • Windows PowerShell for SharePoint 2013

Within each of these Learning Roadmaps Microsoft breaks the information down into: Prerequisite information, 100 through 300 Level information, Ongoing Learning and other resources. A very handy tool for gaining knowledge on the SharePoint 2013 platform.

SharePoint 2013 Learning Roadmaps

Additionally it should be noted that the SharePoint 2013 certification path has changed, and in my opinion, for the better. My colleague Brian Caauwe wrote a post last October detailing the new and upgrade certifications for SharePoint 2013 within a post of SharePoint 2013 IT Pro Certifications. In essence for an IT Pro to be certified with SharePoint 2013 they will need to have their MCSA for Windows Server 2012. That is correct, you will need to understand the underlying server platform along with the SharePoint 2013 platform to become fully certified!

Luckily if you already have your SharePoint 2010 MCITP then it is a single exam (70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012) that you will need to worry about.

With all that said, I believe all of us will be putting in some time and studying to get ready for this within the coming year. Good luck to all going after your certifications.

 

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