Need help studying for your 70-659 exam? Join one of our study groups!

Different people learn in different ways and in my last post about the great incentives there are to take exam 70-659 Windows Server Virtualization before May 31st, I also listed a number of resources you could use to study up. Depending on your learning style, different resources will appeal to you. Well, if you’re the type that does better in a group or at a set time, then perhaps an online study group that meets once a week is just what you’re looking for. We’ve got a number of study groups lined up and more coming. I’ll update this post as other study groups come online.

Here are details:

  • Each group meets online through Lync for 3 hours at a time, once a week for 4 weeks.
  • The cost is $75, which goes directly back to the “hosting” user groups, plus the processing fee for Eventbrite or Paypal.
  • Each study group participant is sent a copy of the Windows Hyper-V Resource Kit book and has access to all the study group materials.

Here are the scheduled group and registration links:    

User Group “Host”

Time (in EDT) Day Dates Link
Calgary* 6-9pm Sunday April 1, 8, 15, 22 REGISTER
Edmonton* 6-9pm Sunday April 1, 8, 15, 22 REGISTER
Vancouver noon – 3pm Saturday April 7, 14, 21, 28 REGISTER
Montreal 4-7pm Sunday April 22, 29, May 6, 13 REGISTER
Toronto 7-10pm Monday April 23, 30, May 7, 14 REGISTER

* One group is hosted by both the Calgary and Edmonton user groups and registration fees will be distributed depending on the registration link that is used to register.


I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again:

There has never been a better time to get certified than now!

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Comments (2)

  1. Tatyana Zaboy says:

    I order and payed for Virtual Study Group for 70-659

    Windows Server Virtualization Exam and now how I can get any link or instruction to join this group?

    I need some advise.What should I to do next?


    Tatyana Zaboy

  2. DamirB says:


    After registering you should have been contacted by the study group lead on further details.  These are all managed by local user groups across the country.  If you can email me ( information on which study group you signed up for, I can see about getting you connected with the lead for that group.  Alternatively, you may want to go back to the registration page where you signed up and contact the group lead from there.


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