Tech Ed 2014 Day Two
Day one at Tech Ed already set the bar high, but day two just smashed it open. So much going on, and it’s way too much content to cram into a summary. Look for full, dedicated posts on some of these topics in the coming days and weeks as I dive deeper into my notes and re-watch the videos (not to mention the ones I missed)!
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Tech Ed 2014 Day Two
A Personal Triumph
I was looking forward to the next two sessions which were about Dependency Injection and Xamarin, but the first was full. Fortunately, next door was the Exam room, and I figured since I had the time, why not dive in?
Well where one door was closed a new one burst open as I succeeded in passing my very first Microsoft Certification: Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps in C#! This has been a professional goal of mine for YEARS, and thanks to Tech Ed (and especially to Falafel Software for the support), this has become a reality.
I definitely encourage anyone and everyone at the conference to stop by the exam area and get some info, and if you feel ready (or maybe like me, even if you don’t!) go for it!
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