Posted by timvw on September 18, 2009
I figured that it might help convince people that i stay up to date with current technology so i decided to take (and pass) the following exams: 70-568 and 70-569. This means that i have now earned the following credentials:
- MCPD: Enterprise Application Development 3.5
- MCTS: .NET Framework 3.5, Windows Forms Applications
- MCTS: .NET Framework 3.5, ASP.NET Applications
- MCTS: .NET Framework 3.5, Windows Communication Foundation Applications
- MCTS: .NET Framework 3.5, ADO.NET Applications
Posted by timvw on September 5, 2008
Not that anyone should care, apart from my manager, i posted that the only remaining exam was 070-549 PRO: Designing and Developing Enterprise Applications by Using the Microsoft .NET Framework a while ago. And this morning i passed that exam This means that i have earned the “MCPD: Enterprise Applications Developer” certificate that demonstrates that i have the comprehensive skills required to build n-tier solutions that target both Web and client user experiences.
At this moment i am quite involved in a couple of projects using WCF and WF thus it is quite possible that i decide to take the upgrade path to MCPD: Enterprise Applications Developer 3.5 later on this year.
Posted by timvw on June 26, 2008
Posted by timvw on June 9, 2008
Not that i really care, but my manager seems to do, last week, during a couple of dead moments at Tech-Ed North America (I’ll blog about that later on this week) i decided to take a couple of exams (70-536, 70-526 and 70-528) and passed them
This means that i’m now a MCTS: .NET Framework 2.0 Windows Applications and a MCTS: .NET Framework 2.0 Web Applications.
Feel free to check out my transcript with Transcript ID: 800098 and Access Code: password.
Posted by timvw on July 6, 2005
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