How much Visual Studio .NET in exam

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by AIK, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. AIK

    AIK Guest

    I am wondering to what extent does the exam rely upon using Visual Studio
    ..NET IDE (for the web/windows application exams) as opposed to writing code
    manually?

    Asad
     
    AIK, Nov 26, 2003
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  2. AIK

    Lorne Smith Guest

    If you learn the material instead of studying braindumps and memorising
    answers (and I'm NOT saying you are), then it will hardly matter if you need
    to choose multiple choice or actually write code now, will it? If you know
    the material, then you know the material...
     
    Lorne Smith, Nov 27, 2003
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  3. AIK

    AIK Guest

    That was not my question. Let me rephrase: Am I tested on accomplishing a
    task using Visual Studio IDE, or rather on accomplishing tasks by writing
    manual code!

    You do realize that anything I can do with the Visual Studio IDE can be done
    without it by simply writing the code in notepad right? So that's what I'm
    asking. Do I need to remember the coding details or am I given a fully
    functional Visual Studio IDE in the exam to work in.

    Asad
     
    AIK, Nov 27, 2003
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  4. AIK

    Lorne Smith Guest

    You get multiple choice questions AFAIK, though understand there are some
    which query you on the VS IDE...

    The format of the tests can be found on the MS site and even in this
    newsgroup with about 30 seconds of searching...

    Lorne
     
    Lorne Smith, Nov 28, 2003
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  5. AIK

    AIK Guest

    AIK, Nov 29, 2003
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  6. Let me see if I can target an answer to your original question.

    Yes, the exam may pose a few questions to you based on using VS.NET. Most of
    the exam will probably be on the .NET runtime - not the specific language
    necessarily.

    Be sure to understand how to debug code in VS.NET. Know all the debugging
    windows and how to use the new advanced features of debugging in VS.NET.

    Good luck.
    Davin Mickelson
     
    Davin Mickelson, Dec 2, 2003
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