Microsoft Data Platform Certificates, Projects and Open University MBA Qualification.

Listed below are my Microsoft Data Platform certificates and Open University MBA Qualification all achieved over the last fifteen years, and the some of the projects and articles I’ve contributed to SQL Server Central. A modern C.V. is suppose to fit on two pages so there isn’t room to fit these all in, this is a complete record.

Microsoft SQL Server Certification History

Active Certifications Achievement Date
Microsoft® Certified Solutions Expert: Data Management and Analytics (Charter)* September 26, 2016
Certification Number: F806-9999
Microsoft® Certified Solutions Associate: SQL Server 2012/2014 March 17, 2014
Certification Number: E775-2900
Microsoft® Certified Solutions Expert: Data Platform March 17, 2014
Certification Number: E775-2901
Microsoft Certified Professional: Microsoft Certified Professional February 17, 2014
Certification Number: E727-3893
Microsoft® Certified IT Professional: Database Developer 2008 February 8, 2010
Certification Number: A558-3864
Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server 2008, Database Development November 30, 2009
Certification Number: A558-3867
Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server 2008, Implementation and Maintenance November 30, 2009
Certification Number: A558-3866
Microsoft® Certified IT Professional: Database Administrator 2008 November 30, 2009
Certification Number: A558-3865
 Exams Date Completed
 458 – Transition your MCTS on SQL Server 2008 to MCSA: SQL Server 2012 -Part 2 March 17, 2014
 459 – Transition your MCITP on SQL Server 2008 to MCSE: Data Platform March 17, 2014
 457 – Transition your MCTS on SQL Server 2008 to MCSA: SQL Server 2012 -Part 1 February 17, 2014
 970 – Microsoft Certified Master: SQL Server 2008, Knowledge Exam May 4, 2012
 451 – PRO: Designing Database Solutions and Data Access Using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 February 8, 2010
 433 – TS: Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Database Development November 30, 2009
 453 – UPGRADE: Transition your MCITP Database Administrator Skills to MCITP Database Administrator 2008 November 30, 2009
 445 – TS: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence–Implementation and Maintenance April 6, 2009
 431 – TS: Microsoft SQL Server™ 2005 – Implementation and Maintenance November 7, 2008
 443 – PRO: Designing a Database Server Infrastructure by Using Microsoft SQL Server™ 2005 November 7, 2008
 444 – PRO: Optimizing and Maintaining a Database Administration Solution by Using Microsoft SQL Server™ 2005 November 6, 2008
 228 – Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft SQL Server™ 2000 Enterprise Edition November 25, 2005
 229 – Designing and Implementing Databases with Microsoft SQL Server™ 2000 Enterprise Edition November 15, 2005
Certification History Achievement Date
 Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist: Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Business Intelligence Development April 6, 2009
Certification Number: A558-3852
Microsoft® Certified IT Professional: Database Administrator on SQL Server 2005 November 7, 2008
Certification Number: A558-3850
Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server 2005 November 7, 2008
Certification Number: A558-3851
Microsoft Certified Professional: Microsoft Certified Professional November 15, 2005
Certification Number: A558-3843

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Microsoft Data Science Program – EDX

The EDX courses below are components of the Microsoft Data Science program:

Microsoft Big Data Program – EDX

The EDX courses below are components of the Microsoft Big Data program, one more is needed to complete the program:

Personal Hobby Projects

The three projects below are ongoing efforts and were written from scratch in my own time. For example, the Graph NEL project was started in a caravan during two week surfing holiday on the days it rained (5). They are attempts to produce something interesting, useful and original, Restore Gene is popular but the other two haven’t taken off.

  • Restore Gene – This started as a small script and grew, its being used by a lot of people and organisations.
  • Bioconductor GraphNEL Gene – This started through frustration with graphing applications that can’t cope with more than one edge.
  • CA Performance bench marking – This works well but it’s too complicated and there are other better know bench-marking alternatives.

Restore Gene Community Recommendations.

Articles Contributed to SQL Server Central

In addtion to the persnal projects, I’ve also contributed these articles to SQL Server Central:

Open University Master of Business Administration Program

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