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MCSD (Visual C++ / MFC), MCSE, MCP+I:

Would you please tell me what those acronyms are? Would you plz give me the whole name for them ? like MCP meams what? +I means what?


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Wyn,
All that you've mentioned are certifications offered by Microsoft. Owning any of these confirms your expertise in one or more of their products and makes you 'Microsoft-certified'. You'll also receive benefits if you pass any of their certifications...

You could actually get lots of information from Microsoft's website at http://www.microsoft.com
I've included links which would supplement these terms.

MCP : Microsoft Certified Professional
http://mspress.microsoft.com/certification/mcp.htm

MCSD : Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
http://mspress.microsoft.com/certification/mcsd.htm

MCSE : Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
http://mspress.microsoft.com/certification/mcse.htm

There are many tracks or exams which you could take in order to get MCSD status.

MCSD (Visual C++ / MFC) practically means certification for the Visual C++(MFC) exam.

MCP+I basically means Microsoft Certified Professional + Internet.
http://mspress.microsoft.com/certification/mcp_i.htm

Comparatively, MCPs have the largest quantity whilst MCSD have the least.

Hope this answers your question.
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Thank you !

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