The 70-528 test measures an individual’s ability to develop and implement ASP.NET Web applications using .NET Framework 2.0. Before taking the 70-528 test, you should practice the following:
- Create a new Web application and add Web Forms pages to the application.
- Add Web server controls to a Web Form and configure their properties programmatically.
- Create event handlers for a page or control at design time.
- Manage state of an application by using client-based and server-based state management options.
To analyze the capabilities of the software, you can download a demo version and evaluate it free of cost. For more information, please visit: 70-528-C# .NET 2.0 Web-based Application Development
Erik Lane has been working in the IT industry for the last 10 years in the area of software development in Colorado. He is keenly interested in ASP.NET and C#. He also gives more emphasis in developing and designing programming code, which are clean, understandable, maintainable, and testable.
In his opinion, creating software is more of an art than just doing one’s job. Therefore, you should never stop enhancing your skills to become a master in your field. You can contact Erik at his blog: http://blog.eriklane.com/ Continue reading