70-567 C# : MCPD - UPGRADE MCPD Web Developer to MCPD, C# ASP.NET 3.5

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The 70-567-CSHARP exam is an industry recognized credential. The certification is proof of a person's competence in developing Web-based applications by using Microsoft ASP.NET and should be very familiar with Visual Studio 2005
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70-567-CSHARP
MCPD - UPGRADE MCPD Web Developer to MCPD, C# ASP.NET 3.5

Here's what you will get

The exam 70-567-CSHARP upgrades MCPD Web Developer Skills to MCPD ASP.NET Developer 3.5 and candidate earn the MCPD: ASP.NET Developer 3.5.

The exam is targeted to the IT Professionals who can work in large development environment. Candidates should have a good grasp of ASP.NET AJAX an should be familiar with Visual Studio 2005.

Lessons
Lessons
13+
Exercises
207+
Quizzes
128+
TestPrep
Pre-assessment Questions
15+
Full Length Tests
3+
Post-Assessment Questions
59+
Exam FAQs
What is the exam registration fee? 125
Where do I take the exam? The 70-567-CSHARP is administered by Prometric at testing centers worldwide. Click here to find testing center near you.
What is the format of the exam? The exam consists of linear, and multiple-choice questions.
What are the pre-requisites of the exam? Candidate should have MCPD Web Developer 2.0
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 55 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 120 minutes
What is the passing score? 700

(on a scale of 0-1000)

What is the exam's retake policy?

In the event that you fail your first attempt at passing the MCPD: ASP.NET Developer 3.5 certification, Microsoft's retake policy is:

  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score on an exam the first time, the candidate must wait at least a 24-hour period before retaking the exam.
  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score the second time, the candidate must wait at least a 14-day period before retaking the exam a third time.
  • A 14-day waiting period will also be imposed for the fourth and fifth subsequent exam retakes. A candidate may not take a given exam any more than five times per year (12 months). This 12-month period would start the day of the fifth unsuccessful exam retake. The candidate would then be eligible to retake the exam 12 months from that date. In order to take a given exam more than five times per year, a candidate must submit a request and obtain prior permission from Microsoft.
  • If a candidate achieves a passing score on an exam, the candidate cannot take it again.
What is the validity of the certification? The exam is retired on July 31, 2012.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the 70-567-CSHARP, click here.
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?

The Microsoft certified individuals have several career opportunities open up to them, including:

  • Web Developer
  • Application Developer

Here's what you will learn

  • Configure providers
  • Configure authentication, authorization, and impersonation
  • Configure session state by using Microsoft SQL Server, State server, and InProc
  • Implement databound controls
  • Create and consume custom controls
  • Implement client-side validation and server-side validation
  • Consume standard controls
  • Manipulate data by using DataSet and DataReader objects
  • Call a Windows Communication Foundation Service ...ervice or a Web service from an ASP.NET Web page
  • Bind controls to data by using data binding syntax
  • Configure debugging and custom errors
  • Debug unhandled exceptions when using ASP.NET AJAX
  • Monitor Web applications
  • Implement Web Forms by using ASP.NET AJAX
  • Interact with the ASP.NET AJAX client-side library
  • Consume services from client scripts
  • Access device capabilities
  • Control device-specific rendering
  • Add mobile Web controls to a Web page
  • Work with ASP.NET Intrinsic Objects
  • Implement globalization and accessibility
  • Implement session state, view state, control state, cookies, cache, or application state
  • Handle events and control page flow
  • Choose appropriate controls based on business requirements
  • Design controls for reusability
  • Manage state for controls
  • Design complex layout with Master Pages
  • Plan for various user agents
  • Plan Web sites to support globalization
  • Plan vendor independent database interactions
  • Identify the appropriate usage of data source controls
  • Leverage LINQ in data access design
  • Establish error handling strategy
  • Manipulate configuration files to change ASP.NET behavior
  • Design state management strategy
  • Identify the events of the page life cycle
  • Debug ASP.NET Web applications
  • Identify appropriate security providers
  • Establish security settings in Web.config
  • Ensure that sensitive information in applications is protected