Currently on a quest to create 365 blogs entries in a single year. While I've already failed in the time period specified I'm still going to complete my goal, eve if it's late.
Son of Delmar and Sharon Derricott of Preston, Idaho. Spouse of Tara McLean Derricott of Murray, Utah. Father of Jacob Anthony of Logan, Utah; Erik Bryson of Brigham City, Utah; and Emily of Hamilton, Montana.
Friday, April 9, 2010
I don't mention this to be boastful. It's just documentation, Holmes. The other day I became a MCDST. That's a Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician. To become one requires taking 2 tests. I'd taken the first of the two a couple of years ago to become a MCP. That's a Microsoft Certified Professional. Before those I had become certified as CompTIA (that's Computer Technology Industry Association) A+ followed by Network+. These are even above and beyond my college degrees. It's confusing even to me. What's more, I'm working on becoming an ACSP next. That's an Apple Certified Support Professional. After that I'll work on an HP cert., a Dell cert., and another Microsoft cert.; this time MCAS (Microsoft Certified Application Specialist). So, for the listy-type people, here's the rundown: