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<strong><font size="2" color="FF0000">Call for Authors</font></strong>: If you’re an MCSD and you intend to tackle the new Visual C++ exams, <I>MCP Magazine</I> needs you! We need two reviewers to eva

If you’re currently an MCSD and you intend to tackle the new Visual C++ exams, Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine needs you! We’re seeking two reviewers to evaluate the beta versions of exams 70-015 and 70-016. You will be compensated for your efforts.

If you’re interested, send the following to [email protected]: name, contact details, and certification titles, which exam you’d like to review, and a brief description of your latest C++-related project.


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