BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Exam (70-241)

Posted: February 13, 2009  |  Categories: BizTalk Uncategorized


I’ve just taken exam Exam 70-241: TS: Developing Business Process and Integration Solutions by Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 and passed! 🙂

This exam has been brought to my attention again two weeks ago by Nabeel from Microsoft Services in South Africa on the OzTalk* mailing list. Mick Badran’s posted the overview and skills measured by the exam. The first time I heard about it was as soon as the exam was released last year but it wasn’t available over in my part of the world yet so I ended up forgetting about it…

I Didn’t read the entire NDA at the beginning of the exam but I’m sure it’s very restrictive so I won’t say anything specific. It’s a great exam to measure your skills in BizTalk 2006 R2 – as expected it includes questions on all the bits in BT06 plus all the new stuff  (WCF, RFID, etc). A lot of people have lost faith in Microsoft certifications but there’s no better feeling than knowing you passed! It’s just strange that there’s no official training material for Biztalk exams (any of them!).


* This mailing list was started by Mick Badran (MS BizTalk MVP, Sydney BTUG) and it’s shared between the Auckland Connected Systems User Group and a host of other BizTalk and Connected Systems user groups. Contact Mick or I if your user group is interested!

4 thoughts on “BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Exam (70-241)”

  1. Congrats !!!

    Currently, i am working on my master the thesis about SAP PI Vs Ms BizTalk.
    I think technologically they are almost the same but when it comes to human competence and vendor product strategy,
    question marks start to pop up in my mind.

    So, any idea about MS’s BizTalk strategy?


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