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Microsoft MCP Private Web Site Newly Designed

Revamped secure area of Web site contains updated benefits.

The Microsoft Learning group has recently updated the secure area of the MCP Web site with a new design. The site extols new benefits, including a certification planner, a transcript sharing tool and job search engine.

The certification planner gives a 20,000-foot view of exams taken and how those exams fit into the myriad certification paths in a hierarchical view. The planner gives a clear view of the exams that are needed to fulfill a chosen path.

The transcript sharing tool also allows MCPs to provide colleagues, potential employers or hiring agents with a secure access code with which they can view an MCP's transcript online.

Microsoft Learning has also partnered with CareerBuilder.com to provide the job search engine tailored to IT positions.

Microsoft Learning also provides more certification newsgroups that can be privately accessed only by MCPs via the secure Web site.

For a complete list of benefits, go to http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcp/benefits.asp.

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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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