Geeeeeeeeeez scarlett, trust you to find something with a smiley on it.
I had to blow off my hosts file to see that page, guess thats why I didn't find it.
how are they able to get away with stating that they are a MS Certified Partner?
Well, either they are or they're going to get a cease and desist letter. I have no idea what it takes to become an MCP, but it probably costs money and I don't imagine MS is too picky about what you do, as they probably don't see themselves as censors.UPDATE - I'm flabbergasted but its trueMicrosoft Resource Directory Partner Profile
These companies are desperate for legitimacy as there is so much money involved. Guess that brings them up a notch.
Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs)
To qualify for the Microsoft Certified Partner program, organizations must have at least two dedicated, full-time employees who are current MCPs.
The only way to become Microsoft-certified is to pass a series of rigorous exams required for certification in eight different areas:
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers design, install, support, and troubleshoot information systems. MCSEs are network gurus, support technicians, and operating system experts.
Microsoft Certified Database Administrators implement and administer Microsoft SQL Server databases.
Microsoft Certified Solution Developers use development tools and platforms to create business solutions.
Microsoft Certified Professionals are expert in at least one Microsoft operating system, development tool, or desktop application.
Microsoft Certified Professionals with a specialty in site building plan, build, maintain, and manage Web sites using Microsoft technologies and products.
Microsoft Certified Professionals with a specialty in Internet technology install and configure server products, manage server resources, plan security, and perform other Internet-related duties.
Microsoft Certified Trainers teach others about Microsoft products using Microsoft official curriculum at Microsoft authorized technical education centers.
Edited by Leurgy, 12 May 2005 - 12:06 PM.
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