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Microsoft ® Technology Associate ARE YOU READY FOR THE MTA? Exploring the Core of Cloud Computing STUDY GUIDE for EXAM 98-369: Cloud Fundamentals
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PREPARING FOR MTA CERTIFICATION MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATE (MTA) STUDENT STUDY GUIDE FOR IT PROS 98-369 Cloud Fundamentals
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Tim McMichael Tim has 16 years of teaching experience, including a decade of experience teaching computer science and programming. He is currently on the faculty at Estrella Mountain Community College in Avondale, Arizona, where he teaches a variety of Computer Information Systems (CIS) courses. Prior to teaching, Tim worked for several years as a database application developer. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Tim enjoys working with children of all ages in game development and coding camps during the summer. Tim is the author of 98-361 Software Development Fundamentals, 98-372 Microsoft .NET Fundamentals, 98-373 Mobile Development Fundamentals, 98-379 Software Testing Fundamentals, and 98-362 Windows Development Fundamentals Exam Review Kits in the MTA Certification Exam Review Kit series. Jim Nichols Jim has been a computing faculty member at Estrella Mountain Community College in Avondale, Arizona, for the past 14 years. For the past five years, he has been the Chair of the Instructional Computing Division. Additionally, he has served as the college Curriculum Development Facilitator for approximately a decade, assisting faculty from all disciplines in developing course and program curriculum. He also was a member of the Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) Committee for Computing Education in Community Colleges (CCECC), and he participated in producing the “Information Technology Competency Model of Core Learning Outcomes and Assessment for Associate-Degree Curriculum”. Patricia Philips Patricia taught computer science for 20 years in Janesville, Wisconsin. She served on the Microsoft National K–12 Faculty Advisory Board. She has worked in a variety of roles related to K–12 curriculum development and pilot programs, including Microsoft Expression Studio web design, Microsoft XNA, and TouchDevelop curriculum development, in addition to MTA Certification Exam Review Kits. She is currently the editor of the Computer Science Teachers Association newsletter, the Voice , and she consults on a variety of computer science curriculum projects. AUTHORS This content is only for use by or provision to students for their personal use. Some examples depicted herein are provided for illustration only and are fictitious. No real association or connection is intended or should be inferred. Microsoft and the trademarks listed at are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
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