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Carla R Jenkins Featured In Whizlabs Promo Video
Senior Project Manager Discusses How Whizlabs Helped Her Achieve Professional Growth In Cloud Computing
By: Carla Jenkins
The video showcases Jenkins and her experience with these two products. As a SC-900 Microsoft Security beta exam taker, Whizlabs was the only official practice tests at the time. The other services were exam dumps which Microsoft banned. Jenkins took the exam March 25, 2021, passing it April 29, 2021, once results were scored.
The Microsoft Security Fundamentals is one of four new certifications. Jenkins said that her love of cybersecurity was based on statistics. 'I always loved statistics especially outliers. I always wanted to see if these outliers were one-offs or the start of a new pattern. In cybersecurity we called outliers anomalies. Receiving my Microsoft Security Fundamentals exam put me on a pathway towards expanding my career footprint.'
Jenkins also used Whizlabs to pass her Microsoft Azure Administrator Associate exam.
The AZ-104 was one of the most popular Azure cloud exam. It covered the cloud networking and security concepts much more in-depth than the fundamental level. As an Azure cloud administrator, passing this would help you work in a real help desk/data center environment.
The practice exams' format helped her with the case studies that were on the actual exam. Ever since passing my Azure Administrator exam, the floodgates literally opened. There were literally no less than 10 recruiters and companies calling my phone. They were coming out of the woodwork to have me work with them. I thanked Whizlabs for giving me the practice exams to help me pass my exam.
'As a techie, I been around computers my whole life. I been programming since high school. I then learned about SAS statistical programming in graduate school. My SAS skills allowed me to work for the federal government as an analyst then now I am transitioning into AI and cloud computing. Using Whizlabs practice exams helped me reskill myself for my next career journey'.
Carla R Jenkins