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Mitch Gerber Becomes Latest Kentico Certified Developer

Congratulations to Mitch Gerber, a Senior Web Developer at BlueModus, who has recently passed his Kentico 10 Certified Developer Exam.

“Earning this certification is a mark of approval and distinction within the BlueModus team as a Kentico CMS expert,” says Dave Conder, BlueModus Chief Technology Officer. “We’re proud of Mitch’s hard work in mastering the Kentico platform this past year and passing this exam.”

The Kentico 10 Certified Developer Exam is a secure, online exam consisting of 50 questions that must be completed within 60 minutes. The exam tests not only knowledge of Kentico’s features and functionality, but also a demonstration of practical experience using the product. From a high-level perspective, the test focuses on designing, developing, and maintaining Kentico websites, ASP.NET development, using the MS SQL database management language, and creating data-driven web user interfaces.

“I was deliberate in my preparation for this exam so I could achieve a comfort level in as many topics as possible,” notes Mitch. “In addition to studying, relying on my hands-on experience with Kentico and interaction with colleagues was very helpful. In the end, taking the time to adequately prepare paid off, and passing the exam on Valentine's Day made a fun day that much better.”

BlueModus, as the #1 Kentico Solution Partner in the world, remains proud of how many of its colleagues are certified on the Kentico platform. With the addition of Mitch, BlueModus currently boasts 14 Kentico Certified Developers, as well as 6 Kentico Certified Marketers. 

To learn more about Mitch, please check out his LinkedIn profile. Interested in learning more about becoming Kentico certified? Visit the Kentico Certified Developer Exam page for details.

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