Microsoft reinvented its Certification Program (MCP), and has re-introduced MCSD - it now stands for Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer.
The new MCSD certification is for developers and has been reinvented for the cloud. It validates your knowledge on how to develop fast and fluid applications across multiple technologies. The new MCSD replaces the old MCPD certifications.
Get certified to learn how to develop adaptable and scalable applications for Azure and the Universal Windows Platform. You'll learn how to use C# and HTML5 to develop the apps.
Firebrand offers the full range of MCSD certification courses:
A. The current MCTS and MCPD certifications are currently relevant in the market and will remain valuable while the technology covered in your certification continues to be used.
A. Under the new Microsoft certifications, there is no longer a requirement for re-certification. Once earnt, the certification will remain on your transcript.
However, there is an opportunity to re-earn your certification every 12 months by passing an additional elective aligned to your chosen pathway. This demonstrates you have the latest skills and a desire for continued learning.
A. The new Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) certification validates your ability to design and build apps. It establishes your commitment to remaining current on the latest technologies through recertification.
A. MSCD doesn't exist. It's a common misspelling.
A. Watch Microsoft explain why it has revamped MCSE, MCSA and MCSD for the cloud: