A long, long time ago (pre mcp-beta stage), VC++.Net
exams appeared in the FAQ, as appearing 'shortly'.
Its far beyond 12 months after the beta MCPs at this
stage, the VC++.Net references in the FAQs have been
removed a long time ago and there's still no sign.
Most likely there'll be the usual flaming responses about
which language is best. Sadly the fact that VC++.Net is
the only .Net language that allows true managed/unmanaged
development (other than COM interop workarounds) is
irrelevant to most of these respondents, as is the fact
that VC++.Net is still the best way to produce the
In any event, C# is still a great new language and well
worth investigating. I do wonder where M$ strategy is
heading, particularly when I hear more languages on the
way (X#, F#, ad nauseum) and a blank response to all C++
related queries. I wonder would anyone from microsoft
consider enlightening us?
>anybody knows where is C++ from new MCSD/MCAD .net
>certeficetion. should C++ developers map to C#?!!!
>or did microsoft fail in mapping the c++ to the .net in