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Deepak Agarwal asked a question on 2 Apr 2013 10:36 PM

Hi All,

I am currently working on AX2009 as a developer, and we soon upgrade it with 2012.

I just want to know what is more useful certification AX2009 or ax2012 as per current demand.

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Palle Agermark responded on 2 Apr 2013 10:43 PM

Hi Harry,

Since support for AX 2009 probably ends by the end of this year, I have no doubt that AX 2012 exams would benefit you the most.

You can find an overview of current exams on this page: www.microsoft.com/.../dynamics-certification.aspx

Best regards,

Palle

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Deepak Agarwal responded on 2 Apr 2013 11:26 PM

Hi Palle thanks for your suggestions.....

I have training material for AX2012 dev exam but looking for some discount voucher  for exams.

btw thanks for reply...

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André Arnaud de Calavon responded on 2 Apr 2013 11:28 PM

Not all certifications are available for AX2012 as of this date. There was a rumour that end March new certifications would be published for AX2012. I'm waiting for Production and Projects.

But taking the AX2012 exams will have a longer valid period.

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Brandon Ahmad responded on 5 Apr 2013 9:19 PM

2012 by a landslide..  One top consulting firm just told me that they won't even take Dynamics AX 2009 developers unless they have AIF.  It's unfortunate that all of the certification tests aren't there, but it's better to have the 2012 certiification.  

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André Arnaud de Calavon responded on 2 Apr 2013 11:28 PM

Not all certifications are available for AX2012 as of this date. There was a rumour that end March new certifications would be published for AX2012. I'm waiting for Production and Projects.

But taking the AX2012 exams will have a longer valid period.

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Palle Agermark responded on 2 Apr 2013 10:43 PM

Hi Harry,

Since support for AX 2009 probably ends by the end of this year, I have no doubt that AX 2012 exams would benefit you the most.

You can find an overview of current exams on this page: www.microsoft.com/.../dynamics-certification.aspx

Best regards,

Palle

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Brandon Ahmad responded on 5 Apr 2013 9:19 PM

2012 by a landslide..  One top consulting firm just told me that they won't even take Dynamics AX 2009 developers unless they have AIF.  It's unfortunate that all of the certification tests aren't there, but it's better to have the 2012 certiification.  

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