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Exam 70-315: Developing Web Applications with Visual C#.NET

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Hello,

I'm currently preparing for the exam 70-315. I'm using the Self-paced
training kit "Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C#.NET", but
I find it rather difficult.
I have programming experience in Lotus Notes and I have developped several
'basic' websites, but .NET and C# are totally new to me.
I wonder if it is realistic to take the examen without actually have
practical experience with Visual C#.NET.

Please some feedback and ideas

--
Thanks for your help,

Tina
Nov 16 '05 #1
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hi Tina,

Practical experience always adds to your efforts.
might find it easier if you have faced issue while writing code.

regds,
Kannan.V [mcad.net]

"Tina" wrote:
Hello,

I'm currently preparing for the exam 70-315. I'm using the Self-paced
training kit "Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C#.NET", but
I find it rather difficult.
I have programming experience in Lotus Notes and I have developped several
'basic' websites, but .NET and C# are totally new to me.
I wonder if it is realistic to take the examen without actually have
practical experience with Visual C#.NET.

Please some feedback and ideas

--
Thanks for your help,

Tina

Nov 16 '05 #2

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Thanks for the feedback

"Kannan.V" wrote:
hi Tina,

Practical experience always adds to your efforts.
might find it easier if you have faced issue while writing code.

regds,
Kannan.V [mcad.net]

"Tina" wrote:
Hello,

I'm currently preparing for the exam 70-315. I'm using the Self-paced
training kit "Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C#.NET", but
I find it rather difficult.
I have programming experience in Lotus Notes and I have developped several
'basic' websites, but .NET and C# are totally new to me.
I wonder if it is realistic to take the examen without actually have
practical experience with Visual C#.NET.

Please some feedback and ideas

--
Thanks for your help,

Tina

Nov 16 '05 #3

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Tina,

I can imagine it would be difficult without the C# and .NET framework
experience.

I would suggest that you plan on going beyond the examples in the book and
try to devise more complicated applications. I would also suggest you take a
look at the Que book (ISBN 0-7897-2822-2) which covers the subject in more
detail. By trying to complete more real world applications, you will be
forced into looking at the detail involved in .NET programming, that these
books can often gloss over.

Assuming you have reasonable existing software experience, I would reckon on
four to eight weeks to do this, followed by a final week of revision using
the books.

HTH,
Chris.

"Tina" wrote:
Hello,

I'm currently preparing for the exam 70-315. I'm using the Self-paced
training kit "Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C#.NET", but
I find it rather difficult.
I have programming experience in Lotus Notes and I have developped several
'basic' websites, but .NET and C# are totally new to me.
I wonder if it is realistic to take the examen without actually have
practical experience with Visual C#.NET.

Please some feedback and ideas

--
Thanks for your help,

Tina

Nov 16 '05 #4

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Thanks for the tip!

"Chris Ballard" wrote:
Tina,

I can imagine it would be difficult without the C# and .NET framework
experience.

I would suggest that you plan on going beyond the examples in the book and
try to devise more complicated applications. I would also suggest you take a
look at the Que book (ISBN 0-7897-2822-2) which covers the subject in more
detail. By trying to complete more real world applications, you will be
forced into looking at the detail involved in .NET programming, that these
books can often gloss over.

Assuming you have reasonable existing software experience, I would reckon on
four to eight weeks to do this, followed by a final week of revision using
the books.

HTH,
Chris.

"Tina" wrote:
Hello,

I'm currently preparing for the exam 70-315. I'm using the Self-paced
training kit "Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C#.NET", but
I find it rather difficult.
I have programming experience in Lotus Notes and I have developped several
'basic' websites, but .NET and C# are totally new to me.
I wonder if it is realistic to take the examen without actually have
practical experience with Visual C#.NET.

Please some feedback and ideas

--
Thanks for your help,

Tina

Nov 16 '05 #5

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This message makes no comment on your abilities.

I would hope that it is extremely difficult, not to say virtually
impossible, to pass the exam without practical experience. Otherwise, it's
not really a worthwhile exam, IMHO.

All the Best
Julian N.

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Hello,

I'm currently preparing for the exam 70-315. I'm using the Self-paced
training kit "Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C#.NET",
but
I find it rather difficult.
I have programming experience in Lotus Notes and I have developped several
'basic' websites, but .NET and C# are totally new to me.
I wonder if it is realistic to take the examen without actually have
practical experience with Visual C#.NET.

Please some feedback and ideas

--
Thanks for your help,

Tina

Nov 16 '05 #6

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hi
Along with que book, also but the professional asp.net form wrox press .
the book is really an asset for certification seekers

regards
Ansil

"Tina" wrote:
Hello,

I'm currently preparing for the exam 70-315. I'm using the Self-paced
training kit "Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C#.NET", but
I find it rather difficult.
I have programming experience in Lotus Notes and I have developped several
'basic' websites, but .NET and C# are totally new to me.
I wonder if it is realistic to take the examen without actually have
practical experience with Visual C#.NET.

Please some feedback and ideas

--
Thanks for your help,

Tina

Nov 16 '05 #7

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