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MCSA: SQL 2016 Database Development Certification

OVERVIEW

MCSA: SQL 2016 Database Development Certification demonstrates your proficiency as a database IT aspirants, for both on-premises and cloud-based databases. This validates your expertise in building and executing databases across enterprises, and will qualify you for a database developer. Designed for beginners, this SQL Development training course is meant for Database Administrators, Database Developers, and BI personnel. SQL power users, client application developers, and business analysts report writers can also attend this training course. Microtek Learning offers comprehensive training courses by using MOC (Microsoft Office Curriculum) & practice tests.

[Note- MCSA: SQL 2016 Database Development Certification retires on 31 Jan 2021, you will no longer be able to obtain this accreditation after this date.]

Exams and recommended training

Required Exams Recommended Training
Exam 70-761  20761: Querying Data with Transact-SQL | Duration: 5 Days | Price: $ 2875
Exam 70-762  20762:Developing SQL Databases | Duration: 5 Days | Price: $ 2875
Prerequisites

Recommended experience in relational databases and fundamental knowledge of Windows OS.

Recertification

Microsoft offers two options for certification renewals for professionals who want to validate their skills in the respective areas. You can prove yourself by working in existing technology or by achieving recertification examination in the two years of your certification renewal. When you have passed the examination, the validity of your certification will be renewed for two years starting from the passing date.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The primary audience for this certification are Database development professionals and Database Developers who want to migrate into SQL 2016. The secondary audience for this certification are IT professionals who want to enhance their skills in database development by utilizing the Standard Query Language environment.