2008年8月28日 19:23I know the current programming certifications appear to be geared for VS 2005. Any idea if these are being upgraded to be geared for the 2008 version? And if so, any idea when they will be available?
In the meantime, since VS 2008 is being sold, can one use it to obtain the VS 2005 certs? IE, do the certifications require VS2005 specific knowledge or do they just deal with the specifics of the .NET 2.0 framework and languages (VB, C#, etc.)?
After having tried out the trial version of VS 2008, I know it can be set to .NET 2.0 Framework specifics/limitations, just don't know if that would work for the VS 2005 certifications.
2008年8月28日 20:24It is not that simple classes change the children classes of the abstract class TextWriter generally known as the Streams in System.IO comes without the IDisposable interface in both .NET 1.1 and 2.0 but in .NET 3.5 in VB and C# they come with IDisposable. So it is not simple targeting that makes the difference knowing actual implementation details is important. Check the links below for VS2005 and VS2008 certification information in details.
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- 已標示為解答 Michael D. AlligoodModerator 2008年8月28日 21:55