This summer my family and I spent almost three weeks driving to Germany and into Italy by car. Not just any car I might add. The old Volvo clicked in 4.000 km and handled it like a charm 🥰 even when it was super packed for the final stage of the journey from the duty free shop just across the border.
Main cities visited Nürnberg, Venice, Bologna, Brisighella, Comacchio… and obviously I had to make a stop at the Mutti field of tomatoes, as Mutti is a client of ours 🙂
Just before the vacation began, I got notice, that I had passed the two beta exams I attended in the middle of May. With beta exams you do not get the passing score immediately, you have to wait ’till the program has collected enough data on the individual questions/answers to release the final version of the test.
Microsoft Power Automate RPA Developer (PL-500)
First of I passed the Microsoft Power Automate RPA Developer (PL-500) exam, which was quite a stretch for me, and I had even raised some concerns about the scope of the test before, in the below announcement on LinkedIn:
Candidates for this exam automate time-consuming and repetitive tasks by using Microsoft Power Automate (formerly known as Flow). They review solution requirements, create process documentation, and design, develop, troubleshoot, and evaluate solutions.
Candidates work with business stakeholders to improve and automate business workflows. They collaborate with administrators to deploy solutions to production environments, and they support solutions.
Passing score: 700. Learn more about exam scores. (which is exactly what I scored 😁)
Part of the requirements for: Microsoft Certified: Power Automate RPA Developer Associate
The detailed skills are outlined here: Exam PL-500: Microsoft Power Automate RPA Developer – Skills Measured
Designing and Implementing Enterprise-Scale Analytics Solutions Using Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Power BI (DP-500)
Candidates for this exam should have advanced Power BI skills, including managing data repositories and data processing in the cloud and on-premises, along with using Power Query and Data Analysis Expressions (DAX). They should also be proficient in consuming data from Azure Synapse Analytics and should have experience querying relational databases, analyzing data by using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), and visualizing data.
Passing score: 700. Learn more about exam scores.
- Download the DP-500 study guide to help you prepare for the exam
- Demo the exam experience by visiting our Exam Sandbox
- Visit Nikola Ilic’s blog for extensive material (DP-500 Certification – Data Mozart (data-mozart.com))
- Visit Andy Cutlers youtube channel Datahai BI – YouTube
Part of the requirements for: Microsoft Certified: Azure Enterprise Data Analyst Associate
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