Application Lifecycle Management Certification

Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) certification is a certification that shows the competencies of software engineer by creating, planning, and managing a project. Fundamentally, it discuss how to manage a software project using Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation server.

ALM certification is evolutionary of MCPD Enterprise application. It gives you, a MCSD title. Earning an MCSD: Application Lifecycle Management certification will qualify you for such jobs as developer, applications engineer, and IT project manager (Microsoft Learning, 2012). In order to get MCSD for this certification, he should pass exam 496, 497, and 498. Unlike the past, the are no MCTS grade available. Student should pass three exam to get MCSD.

  • 496 show how you manage a project with TFS and how to solve specific issue in development process
  • 497 shows how you create testing environment with Visual Studio 2012 in order to deliver quality software
  • 498 examine how you can create an environment to create software evolution through innovation and continuous delivery

MCSD: Application Lifecycle Management

Since, I’m also in the preparation to pass the exam. I will share you about the exam tips in the next post. Fighting

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