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sandhya rcnair

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Consolidated Passed 70-536 Topic

 

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I am considering doing a certification in .NET. I am weighing the options of whether should I go for MCAD for .net1.1 or MCTS for .net 2.0.

 

I had gone through the audience profile in microsoft site.it says that Candidates should have at least two to three years of experience developing Web-based, Windows-based, or distributed applications by using the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0, the .NET Framework 1.1, the .NET Framework 2.0, or the .NET Framework 3.5.I have no work experience but i have developed a website in 2.0 and have a thorough knowledge in asp.net1.1.

 

My question is

Is work experience a compulsory requirement in Technology Specialist (TS) exam, Exam 70-536.since i am a fresher (2008 batch).i want to know what are my options?

Edited by Chargerhawk

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sandhya rcnair:

Since you have already using the technology for about 2 yrs or so I think you can go on and registered for the exam.

I think the experience microsoft is refering to is with the technology itself.

Secondly i will advice you to for .Net 2.0 exams since MCAD exam microsoft will retaire the exam soon and when you get your 2.0 exam done you can easily upgrade to 3.5.

Edited by Chargerhawk

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Just passed 70-536 last friday. ;)

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Charger

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I passed 70-536 with a score of 1000/1000 :) .... thanks to everyone who helped.....

MODERATED ! You can easily write about the red administrator's note parts

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