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# 22249 21-May-2008 21:17
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Did anyone else do the training for Telecom.  Attempted it, completed it, what ever! 

I am nearly brain dead, and had to do the tests twice for one of the certificates...  Then I couldn't download them as downloads are blocked on our computers... 

So, what did you learn?  I learned a few things, like how to find out that there is no MYOB fo mobiles...  (Customer wants it.  Too bad.)  I also learned that a 'real' mobile data device does not do mms.  That was from the forums here.  I also worked out that there is a forum here for windows mobile right here on Geekzone.  A lot of it still looks like it's over my head... 

I got 92% for the Windows mobile specialist and 82% for the small business retail specialist.  (66% first time around...)  I hate not getting 100%!

How did you go?


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  # 132470 22-May-2008 09:02
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Geez, talk about dry sarcasm.

Really inviting round here eh.

 
 
 
 


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# 132476 22-May-2008 09:28
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It is no sarcasm at all. It's just pointing out to the fact that yes we do have some forums that people don't even realise because they don't spend a bit of time looking in the forums page.

And since you've been here for a while you know we tend to give straight answers so it may sound like that - but it's all good around...






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  # 132507 22-May-2008 10:56
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Hither-to I hadn't been interested.  Like leading a horse to water - give it salt and it'll drink!

Oh, and have you ever wonder why I have Microsoft MVP Mobile Devices in my signature?


Actually, yes.  So does that mean it's your Forte above all Forte's?

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# 132607 22-May-2008 19:34
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Well.. as Mauricio said, it isn't that hard to find the desired forum or have any questions about most things answered pretty promptly.

For example, my first foray into windows mobile via the HTC Apache wasn't too long ago and most questions i put on here were usually answered promptly by Mauricio with a "No.... " Laughing

Quick answer and that's all im after on GeekZone! Even if it isn't the answer i want Tongue out

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  # 132717 23-May-2008 09:17
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Totally off topic all of you... (Winks and grins cheekily.  Sarcasm and humour included.)

Did anyone else do the training, or (shock-horror) am I all alone??

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  # 133169 25-May-2008 19:24
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Yes.  I guess I am on my own here...

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  # 133175 25-May-2008 19:49
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mobygeek: Yes. I guess I am on my own here...

I used to be an Account Manager for Corporate Mobile, and have done all the Telecom training to the highest level up until I left.

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# 133176 25-May-2008 19:54
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tonyhughes:
mobygeek: Yes. I guess I am on my own here...

I used to be an Account Manager for Corporate Mobile, and have done all the Telecom training to the highest level up until I left.

:-)


Not only to the highest level, but also to the highest standards. Otherwise he wouldn't be a moderator here...




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  # 133203 25-May-2008 22:06
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mobygeek: Totally off topic all of you... (Winks and grins cheekily.  Sarcasm and humour included.)

Did anyone else do the training, or (shock-horror) am I all alone??


As it is provided by Microsoft, I think anyone can do it, even if just to learn about their WM device. I have done it however (keep the peace), although I thought personally it was a bit of a drag, as I knew most of these things anyway. But then I am not the target audience for this type of training.

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  # 134142 29-May-2008 13:17
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tonyhughes:
mobygeek: Yes. I guess I am on my own here...

I used to be an Account Manager for Corporate Mobile, and have done all the Telecom training to the highest level up until I left.

:-)


There's hope for me yet!Wink  Not that Iwant to work in the 'big smoke'...

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