Sunday, 21 March 2010

MCTS Web Applications .NET 4– 70-515 – Objectives List Part 1

This is the first post in another collection of posts that have links to the different objectives covered in the 70-515 exam. There is also a series on ASP.NET 3.5 exam 70-562 (here) and Web Applications .NET 2.0 exam 70-528 (here)

Please note that information and exam is currently in beta and subject to change. This guide is for use at your own discretion and the author accepts NO liability in relation to incorrect or missing information. Also note that using this guide to study does not imply you will pass the exam

Developing Web Forms Pages (19%)

There are no books available for this exam at this time due to the fact that the exam is in beta until 30-April-2010. 8 weeks after this date is the expected go live date for this exam.

18 comments:

sean said...

Thanks a lot for doing this.

Shalin said...

Thanks a bunch for the explanation.

Do you have any eBooks(pdf/CD) for exam 70-515 , if so , will you please share .



Thanks and Best Regards ,

Cheers .

Rod said...

Good page. Cheers.

As you said, book out in Q4. See an early link to it here.

http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780735627406/

sumith said...

Thanks, I have cleared my beta certification. these links were very useful.

కిట్టు said...

Thanks for very useful information along with study material.

Great Gujarat said...

Have you done any Mock tests before the exam? if so which ones?

Leena Chauhan said...

Thanks a lot.. you have certainly boosted my spirit for completing this certification.

Xinum said...

Hello,

Very useful here. But, tell me, is this content still up to date? Or did microsoft changed something?

Thanks!
Great work!

Daniel said...

You da man Merrigan!

Ricardo said...

Hi! You now when will be released the training kit book for the exam 70-515?? Thanks!

shahriar said...

Thank you man
this is very useful

shahriar said...

thank you man this is very useful

Dimitris said...

I think you are exaggerating. Your links are way more than necessary to pass the test. Noone can possibly learn all this info. What you've done is just copy&paste all and every msdn link which probably buffles readers.

Niall Merrigan said...

@Dimitris

This list is not meant as the only thing you should be using. Its a reference, so if you are looking for a particular part of the syllabus that you are wondering about you can use these pages as shortcuts to them rather than trying to locate them in the MSDN.

I take onboard what you say, but for me I used it as a checklist to see if I had covered everything.

Realistically if you are going for the exam, this will be just a quick review if you see something you dont know, you can click through to see what its about.

Dimitris said...

I do agree your links list is very helpful as a reference. My comment is based on the fact that I am reading the official training kit and checking your links at the same time. I think one can go overboard quite soon. So, in regard with test takers, maybe you need to add a list of *hot* or *must-read* links -short of a guide on which links must not be overlooked. What do you think?

Niall Merrigan said...

That's a great idea.. I will see what I can do ... Thanks for that

Maher Ali said...

thanks man for sharing
I'm going to take it next week
it will help a lot
greetings

rakesh said...

Great!!!!
Thanks for this.It will help everyone.
Thanks again....