I’ve just achieved the MCSD App Builder certification

In the previous days, I’ve received confirmation that I achieved the new certification

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Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer: App Builder  it validates that you have the skills needed to build modern mobile and/or web applications and services.

The exams required are fully explained on the certification website: interestingly, the new MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) path is now a mandatory step for earning the MCSD and can be chosen between Web Applications and Universal Windows Platform.

valuable post in the “Born to Learn” site describes the changes and the transition options available from the existing MCSD.

The new certifications will not have an expiry date, and there will be the possibility to re-earn them by passing every year an additional exam taken from a list of electives.


2 thoughts on “I’ve just achieved the MCSD App Builder certification”

  1. Hi Sachin,

    My recommendation would be to check the certification planner inside your MCP profile on mcp.microsoft.com to verify you can take 70-483 instead of 70-480 as requirement for MCSA Web Application.

    As of today, the certification planner for my profile confirms that it’s possible to take 70-483 or 70-480 for MCSA Web Apps.

    Hope this helps,

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