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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

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Thanks for your help,

Tina
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

You had choosen the good book for preparing for Microsoft Exams. These exams
are not for the beginners but need some practical experience in these
areas.You can visit the microsoft for knowing about the areas in which you
need some profieciency and expertise.Pls give some time to have an experience
and i am sure you can soon get certified in this exam

regards
Nishith Pathak

"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

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Lotus Script experience is not sufficient to consider yourself ready to
contend with the rigorous design and implementation issues that are inherent
within the .NET Framework. The C# language is considerably more complex for
what should be obvious reasons. The complexities of the C# language and the
framework are present in the 70-315 exam.

At $125 per exam I would recommend getting more experience before trying to
pass 70-315 as the actual exam is much more robust than any of the prep
exams including what is provided by Transcender which most agree is the best
prep resource.

Finally, you might also consider QUE's 70-315 Training Guide authored by
Amit Kalani as it is much better than others as determined by myself and
some dozen other developers in a local developers group who studied and
scrutinzed all available training guides for the current exams.

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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

Jul 21 '05 #3

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