The 70-316 test measures an individual’s ability to develop and implement Windows-based applications using Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Before taking the 70-316 test, you should practice the following:

  1. Create forms and set control properties using the Windows Forms Designer.
  2. Connect to a database using intrinsic DataGrid control. Perform sorting and filtering on the data.
  3. Step through different sections of code using Visual Studio .NET debugger.
  4. Use ADO.NET objects.
  5. Use an ActiveX control and set its properties.
  6. Use an existing COM component in a Visual Studio .NET project.
  7. Create a .NET component and install it in the global assembly cache.
  8. Create deployment projects in Visual Studio .NET.
  9. Write an application that uses Windows authentication.
  10. Use a Web service in a Windows-based application.

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