Tuesday, 9 September, 2008 2:24 AMHi,I'm looking to get into development (more precisely C# and .NET), as I've always enjoyed it, and my work right now does not involve it at all. My university studies have included C++ and Java, and I've done some previous reading and "playing around" with C#. I guess what I wanted to say with this is that I have a basic programming background and therefore not totally green.I've been looking at the different certifications and based on those my ultimate goal would probably be MCTS: .NET Framework 3.5, Windows Presentation Foundation Applications. What's a good plan to start learning this? I was thinking studying for the 70-563 exam, as this is a pre-requisite to the MCTS and that it would at the same time provide me with some basics of C# and .NET, but I'm worried that that may be too advanced to start with?I would really like to to have a plan to reach my ultimate goal, so I can learn in a structured way. Otherwise, I tend be all over the place instead of focusing on what I need to learn.Thanks,Daniel
Friday, 12 September, 2008 1:32 PMHi Raeburn,
Let me apologize for replying this late but I had problem understanding your needs, I now think you may have just posted wrong exam number in 70-563. I now think you are talking about exam 70-536 which is the required exam for all .NET certification. I have covered exam 70-536, 70-505, 70-563 in the first link and exam 70-502 in the second thread, please read both threads carefully and post again so I can help you.
Asp.net MVP, MCPD Web C#, MCITP BI & MCTS SQL Server 2005
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