Re: Do I need the Windows App exam to pass 70-300
From: Chris Kennedy (chrisknospam_at_cybase.co.uk)
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 16:40:21 +0100
I work for a web design company who neither builds or uses bespoke windows
apps. We are introducing .net and I want something a little more formal in
terms of how I do specs. I would rather do it first while the company is
willing to pay for it so we can get the benefit ASAP rather than take a lot
of time and effort for something the company doesn't need. I can do the
Windows App exam in my own time purely to get the MCSD qualification.
<Eric> wrote in message news:e1dp%23veXEHA.3516@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
> Chris Kennedy wrote:
> > I posted a few days and didn't get an answer so I'll give another go
> > :) Those of you who have done the 70:300 exam, do you need to have
> > done the Windows applications exam or is it purely things like UML
> > and normalization rather than the specifics of a web app being right
> > for one solution and windows app being right for another?
> There is no specific requirement for knowing how to build individual
> programs for this test, but it seems wise to have that skill before
> taking this test.
> I personally don't understand taking the 70-300 first, but it's not
> really "wrong".
> You might want to consider which test would enhance your career more at
> this time.