Dear IT Pro:
Another question that pop into my mind regarding those in the IT Training (Providers) that need to keep pace with training in the Information Technology especially when it comes to Microsoft Training and Certifications, my question is when Microsoft retires ALL the MCSE/MCSA on Jan 31 2021, even when trying to book an exam near the deadline, What happens to that training content or material is it still valuable or relevant to the IT Industry, Since everything is going toward the Cloud, in the case with MIcrosoft Azure (AZ-900) or higher, No more MCSA/MCSE Certification, does this mean those who have these certification have more value in the IT Market, than those who don't have it or just starting out what happen to people, sorry I feel a bit stressed out and somewhat disappointed with WHY Microsoft they doing this, I know someone mentioned this online i.e. Network Chuck back when Cisco did a major revision with their CCNA and CCNP Certification, where there's ONLY ONE CCNA (which is good in some way, you only have one exam) But this exam includes everything, Routing and Switching, Security, Wireless, and some programming or DevOPs etc,, its lot for one exam. I also wanted to mentioned this, I looked at itdvds.com Video library which is very good and very detailed, BUT after Jan 31, 2021 because of the Microsoft content/video they have on their website, will it offer any value to anyone, they offer some Cisco and VMware courses, but its mostly ALL Microsoft courses. I think ITProTV has the biggest library compared to CBT Nuggets, itdvds and VTC.com.