VS .NET 2002 verus 2003
Can you do the MCSD with VS .NET 2002 edition?
RE: VS .NET 2002 verus 2003
The tests focus on the Dot Net Framework and there are few enough differences that if you are comfortable with VS.Net 2002 you should be able to pass the test.
"Mark Alexander" wrote:
> Can you do the MCSD with VS .NET 2002 edition?
Re: VS .NET 2002 verus 2003
"Mark Alexander" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Can you do the MCSD with VS .NET 2002 edition?
It shouldn't be too much of a problem, in fact Kalani's
training guides were written before VS2003 was available
The most significant VS2002/VS2003 hickup I recall with the
70-316 exercises was that a VS2003 Windows Forms Project
DOES manage the application configuration file while VS2002
does not - so in VS2002 editing the files in the /debug or
/release directories will work, while in VS2003 it won't
because VS2003 will replace them with a copy found in the
For a more high level comparison check out the "What's New"
sections on these links
However Microsoft is free to slip new questions into the
testbanks any time they like and some questions could relate
to .NET 1.1, though I couldn't think why they would be
motivated to do so. If it were to happen I would guess that
those questions would relate to .NET Framework Security.
You would be well advised to get VS2005 when it appears (end
1Q2005 I think) - for the MSCD.NET exams would probably be
safe for another 6 months after that - no don't put it off,
there will be even more to learn after .NET 2.0.
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