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Free MCSD Exam Voucher Offer Deadline Looms

Voucher giveaway for free attempt at 70-300 Analyzing .NET Requirements exam ends Sept. 30.

MCSDs who plan to upgrade to the MCSD.NET exam can still save US$125 by signing up to get a free exam voucher toward testing on the 70-300 Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .NET Solution Architectures. The voucher offer, though, ends Sept. 30.

Microsoft originally made the vouchers available on March 1 this year, shortly after 70-300 went live on February 20, to spur interest in the specialized certification aimed at developers and programmers. Exam 70-300 is a required exam of the MCSD.NET title.

The voucher for 70-300 can be obtained only through the MCP Secure Web site at https://partnering.one.microsoft.com/; only those who already have an MCSD on Visual Studio 6.0 can sign up for it.

(For more, see "70-300 Analyzing .NET Requirements Debuts Next Week " and "Free Voucher for 70-300 Exam" in the News archive.)

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Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.

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