Training for MCAD using Visual Studio 2005 Beta

Discussion in 'MCAD' started by M Skabialka, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. M Skabialka

    M Skabialka Guest

    If I train for MCAD using Visual Studio 2005 Beta, will it have any negative
    effect on passing the exams? Are there any conceptual changes that might
    make me choose a wrong answer based on not using 2003?

    M Skabialka, Mar 24, 2005
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    Saga Guest

    There are some changes. I am currently trying VB2005 while studying
    ..NET 2003 material, but when test time approaches, I will definitely
    depend on .NET 2003 experience to pass.

    Saga, Mar 25, 2005
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    Joseph MCAD Guest

    March 25, 2005

    2005 has a completely different data model for

    Joseph MCAD
    Joseph MCAD, Mar 25, 2005
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    FYI Guest

    VS2005 is just around the corner, don't ignore this fact.
    Microsoft is notorious for forcing the next greatest
    FYI, Mar 26, 2005
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    Assessments Guest

    Mircorosft Skills Assessments are usually kept current
    with the latest technology. You might want to try some of
    these, just for training purposes, after you have done the
    appropriate training.
    Assessments, Mar 26, 2005
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    Morph Guest

    These version releases take a few years to root with
    industry. If you want to pass and also be prepared for
    what is used today use 2003.
    Morph, Mar 27, 2005
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    FYI-Geek101 Guest

    Microsoft Skills Assessments are free

    I also recommend the following microsoft press books for
    Microsoft Press Books About Microsoft Products and
    Technologies at
    NOTE: These press books can be acquired cheaper at

    An excellent compliment to your press book training is to
    use the free Microsoft Skills Assessments at
    These assessments are like mini certification tests.
    You can take as many assessments as you need or want to
    and its always free.

    Industry use these assessments to measure your skill sets,
    so completing them successfully is in your best interest.

    If you need help, you can also get free detailed Q&A
    support for skills assessments at

    FYI-Geek101, Mar 31, 2005
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