Bruno Coelho is a Software Engineer with a 360º vision about the software development world. He believes that having strong technical and business skills is critical to stay relevant in today’s competitive business world.
He has published and presented both technical and non-technical articles, covering a wide range of subjects: from security to productivity, from performance to marketing and from XML to persuasion.
He holds a degree in Informatic Engineering and is currently studying for a Master’s degree of Management.
After reviewing the uCertify prepkit for the exam 70-315, Bruno said “I’m thinking about taking a certification. To help me succeed I will definitely count with uCertify PrepKits.
uCertify have gone well beyond the call of duty delivering a learning platform where you can enhance, test and take your knowledge to the next level using a simple and intuitive user-interface.” Continue reading Bruno’s uCertify 70-315 PrepKit review.
The 70-315 test measures an individual’s ability to develop and implement Web applications using Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Before taking the 70-315 test, you should practice the following:
- Create an ASP.NET page and set control properties.
- Create a simple Web service, set a Web reference to it in an ASP.NET application, and return a simple value.
- Use ADO.NET objects in an ASP.NET page to retrieve data into a DataSet.
- Retrieve data from a SQL Server database with a FOR XML statement.
Q: What are the prerequisites for taking the exam 70-315?
A: Before taking the exam, candidates should have at least one year of experience in developing Web-based applications. They should also have a working knowledge of Microsoft C# .NET.
Q: What credit does it provide?
A: After passing the exam, you will achieve the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) status. You will also be eligible for the Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) for Microsoft .NET, the Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) for Microsoft .NET, and the Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA) on Microsoft SQL Server 2000 certifications.
Q: Which certification does it cover?
A: The exam is a core requirement for the Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) for Microsoft .NET certification. It is also a core exam for the Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) for Microsoft .NET certification if you have focused on the Web Application Development stream. It is an elective exam for MCAD .NET certification if you have focused on the Windows Application Development stream and for the Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA) on Microsoft SQL Server 2000 certification.
Pete Soheil is the Owner and Founder of DigiOz Multimedia, a Chicago-IL based company that specializes in the creation of Windows, Web and Mobile Business Applications Development in a variety of Programming Languages, including C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, ASP, VC++, GCC, PHP and Perl. For more information, please visit www.digioz.com.
Here’s what Pete said:
“Being a web developer, I have been thinking about taking the “M70-315 for Web Applications with C# .NET”, and uCertify has a prep course on exactly that topic (along with a couple of hundred other certification preps which I am not going to go into detail for. Which is why I downloaded and tried out this Prep Kit to see how much I know already and what I need to brush up on for the exam.
The thing that I loved about the Prep Application was how easy to use and common sense the interface was. Let’s face it, none of us would want to learn a whole new complicated application just to prepare for certification, which I am willing to bet is exactly what the uCertify people had in mind when they created this Prep Application. The Application is divided into two main sections: Study and Learn and Practice Test.”
Read the full review at DigiOz Multimedia and know Pete’s opinion on the 70-315 certification PrepKit.
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Working with the Photoshop UI
- Photoshop enables you to save the positions of all the open palettes as a workspace.
- To load a preserved workspace, choose Window > Workspace, and select the workspace from the submenu.
- Photoshop lets a user to save the current set of keyboard shortcuts as a workspace.
- The Slide Show view option (View > Slide Show) of the Bridge displays a group of images one by one at full screen.
- The As Details view option (View > As Details) of the Bridge displays a list of thumbnails along with the information about each file in the main viewing area of the Bridge workspace.
- The As Filmstrip view option (View > As Filmstrip) of the Bridge displays thumbnails of files in a scrolling list along with a big preview of the file selected in the list in the main viewing area of the Bridge workspace.
Haissam Abdul Malak is a software developer in CCC. He is keenly interested in Microsoft ASP.NET technologies, and for the last three years, has been developing Web applications using ASP.NET technology. He holds the Microsoft Certified Application Developer [MCAD] certification since 2006.
He is a regular contributor and a member of the ASP.NET official forums (http://forums.asp.net) and has published many articles on http://aspalliance.com.