Will it be just like Security + CE where you will never be asked by employers what version of Sec+ you took?
Will it be like the A+ CE where in 20 years I have never been asked what version of the A+ I have?
Or will I have constant arguments with bonehead recruiters where their customer is wanting a 2016 MCSE?
Kind of like getting my MCSE in late 2013 didn't do me any good for almost a year because everyone wanted me to have an MCITP and having a newer Cert and selling the idea of it was like moving a mountain uphill.
Once I get my MCSE 70-980....how would my MCSE be worded? If it doesn't go on to effectively say MCSE 2016 I can see this being a problem in the job market. I know that it won't say MCSE 2016, but will we also be getting certs that say MCSE 2016 once the MCSE 2016 exam is made available?
If not, I don't care what anyone says, this will be a problem when trying to fill the typical laundry list job description, especially when speaking with your typical recruiter who's first language isn't English.