The Microsoft test 70-551 is designed to measure an individual’s ability to build interactive, data-driven Web-based applications with Web forms, ASP.NET, and the .NET Framework for both intranet and Internet uses. Before taking the 70-551 test, you should practice the following:

  1. Develop .NET Framework applications by using system types.
  2. Improve type safety and application performance by using generic collections.
  3. Develop .NET Framework applications by implementing interfaces that comply with standard contracts.
  4. Upgrade MCAD to MCPD: Enterprise Applications Developer This certification requires that one pass the following examinations (CSHARP/VB):

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Q: What are the prerequisites for taking the exam 70-551 (VB)?

A: The 70-551-VB exam is meant for those candidates who have achieved MCAD certification. Microsoft recommends you to have a working knowledge of Visual Studio 2005 and new features of ASP.NET 2.0. You should also have at least two years of experience developing applications by using the Microsoft .NET Framework.

Q: Which programming languages can you choose for 70-552 exam?

A: You can choose the Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 programming language for 70-551 exam. Other programming language is Microsoft C# 2005.
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