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6418 - Deploying Windows Server 2008

I'm registered to take the course 6418, Deploying Windows Server 2008, through New Horizons of San Antonio, www.nhcomputerlearning.com. I've not taken a course through them before, but they did give a wonderful peek at Windows Server 2008 a few weeks ago, and that two-and-a-half hour freebie was enough to sway me to want to use our Microsoft training vouchers on a class from them. My organization currently runs Windows Server 2003, and we're looking to go to Windows Server 2008. This deployment course should provide the knowledge needed to do that successfully.

I'll be taking this course May 10-12, so I'll hopefully provide an update on my experience in the near future.

If you're interested in being a professional contact, reach me on linked in, at
www.linkedin.com/in/lewislampkin

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  1. An agile process tends to focus on iterations, and client feedback, to allow for the inevitabilty of changing requirements whereas a waterfall process tries to define all requirements up front, and tends to be inflexible to changing requirements. You can learn more about agile and scrum by referring to some free resouces (http://www.scrumstudy.com/free-resources.asp) provided by scrumstudy or by attending any agile scrum certification courses. I would personally suggest Agile Expert Certified course or Scrum Master Certification to you.

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  2. Hi , I am pondering over attending any PMP prep course / PMP classes to get PMP credentials. What are your thoughts? Would that be worth the money spent professionally?

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