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MCSD.net

Post by Tom » Sun, 13 Jul 2003 12:26:41



Now I get MCSD track 6.0 and I want upgrade to MCSD.NET
Which these exams I must get.
 
 
 

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Post by ¤p|? » Sun, 13 Jul 2003 17:47:29


To get MCSD for Microsoft .NET , you must:

1. Select a Programming Language: Visual Basic.NET or C#
2. Take Certification for your programming language:

A. Visual Basic.NET: Exam 70-305 (Web Development), Exam 70-306 (Windows
Development) and Exam 70-310 (Server Components)
B. Visual C#.NET: Exam 70-315 (Web Development), Exam 70-316 (Windows
Development) and Exam 70-320 (Server Components)

3. Take Exam 70-300: Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .NET
Solution Architecture
4. Get MCSD.NET certified status.

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Microsoft .NET Free-Player Chu
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MCSE on Windows 2000
MCDBA on SQL Server 2000
MCSD on Windows DNA
MCAD on Microsoft .NET

 
 
 

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Post by Dann » Sun, 13 Jul 2003 22:15:54


Missing 3b. Take one elective exam.
http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/mcsd/requirementsdotnet.asp


Quote:> To get MCSD for Microsoft .NET , you must:

> 1. Select a Programming Language: Visual Basic.NET or C#
> 2. Take Certification for your programming language:

> A. Visual Basic.NET: Exam 70-305 (Web Development), Exam 70-306 (Windows
> Development) and Exam 70-310 (Server Components)
> B. Visual C#.NET: Exam 70-315 (Web Development), Exam 70-316 (Windows
> Development) and Exam 70-320 (Server Components)

> 3. Take Exam 70-300: Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .NET
> Solution Architecture
> 4. Get MCSD.NET certified status.

> --
> Microsoft .NET Free-Player Chu
> ================================
> MCSE on Windows 2000
> MCDBA on SQL Server 2000
> MCSD on Windows DNA
> MCAD on Microsoft .NET

 
 
 

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Post by Mari » Sun, 13 Jul 2003 22:52:47


You don't have to limit yourself to a single programming
language. For each of the three win/web/component exams
you can choose VB or C#.
After getting up to speed with the OO approach and the new
VB syntax it can do no harm to give C# a go. Learning a
new language syntax will take far less of your time than
getting comfortable with the class libraries.
You may also want to consider taking MCAD first, as a
stepping-stone on the way to MCSD.

Quote:>-----Original Message-----
>To get MCSD for Microsoft .NET , you must:

>1. Select a Programming Language: Visual Basic.NET or C#
>2. Take Certification for your programming language:

>A. Visual Basic.NET: Exam 70-305 (Web Development), Exam
70-306 (Windows
>Development) and Exam 70-310 (Server Components)
>B. Visual C#.NET: Exam 70-315 (Web Development), Exam 70-
316 (Windows
>Development) and Exam 70-320 (Server Components)

>3. Take Exam 70-300: Analyzing Requirements and Defining
Microsoft .NET
>Solution Architecture
>4. Get MCSD.NET certified status.

>--
>Microsoft .NET Free-Player Chu
>================================
>MCSE on Windows 2000
>MCDBA on SQL Server 2000
>MCSD on Windows DNA
>MCAD on Microsoft .NET

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