Three top Aussies, Alexandre Bacchin of Dimension Data, Elaine Van Burgan of OBS and Gerald De Run also from OBS, talk to Adam Cogan about:

  • What it takes to achieve the illustrious ‘Microsoft Certified Master’ qualification
  • The various steps it takes to achieve the qualification, including:
  • What pre-assesments there are
  • What knowledge you must already hold in order to get through the assesments
  • What costs are involved.

This is a must watch video for anyone who’s interested in the Microsoft Master qualification.

About the speakers

About the speakers

Microsoft Masters

Alex Bacchin is a Microsoft Certified Master and is all things SharePoint 2010. He has been working with SharePoint technologies since 2004. Currently, he works as technical consultant at Dimension Data in Sydney, Australia.

Elaine Van Burgan has wide range of experience particularly in developing and architecting solutions involving Microsoft technology. She is currently focussed on SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2007 Solutions. She is a SharePoint Services MVP and Collaboration Platform vTSP for Microsoft Melbourne. She is also certified in all 4 exams for SharePoint 2010.
Specialties.

Gerald De Run has had over twelve years of consulting experience deploying enterprise IT solutions for Microsoft clients and partners. He has a proven track record for consistent delivery of projects within scope, budget and schedule constraints with high customer satisfaction survey feedback results.

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