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Microsoft Skills Week Coming in March

Microsoft offers discounts on exams and other incentives to visit your local MCPLS center.

At selected Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions centers across the country, Microsoft Learning Group will host an event that it's calling "Microsoft Skills Week." It's the group's way of providing incentives for IT professionals and developers to visit a MCPLS center and sign up for training and exams at a discount.

The event takes place from March 9-13. Incentives include discounts on training courses, a 40-percent discount on exams, and the chance to win Microsoft Zunes or licenses for Microsoft Office Standard or Windows Vista. According to information posted on the Microsoft Web site, the exam discount runs to March 13 and can not be applied along with other discounts, such as the Second Shot offer.

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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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