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If you want to use Microsoft technology to create web applications, Microsoft's MCPD: Web Developer certification is right up your alley. The most common certification path involves three exams. One package prepares you for all three. It combines three in-depth study guides; hundreds of practice questions; bushels of VB and C# code; and even a 90-day eval version of the latest Visual Studio. Straight from Redmond, it's suitably authoritative and comprehensive. It'll be invaluable in your work, not just your prep.
Start with Exam 70-536: Make sure you're thoroughly familiar with .NET 2.0: types, classes, collections, generics, services, instrumentation, and especially security. Next, turn to web development with ASP.NET, ADO.NET, and XML (Exam 70-528). Go get your "MCTS: .NET Framework 2.0 Web Applications" cert; then, buckle down: You're almost there. Master the app design and lifecycle topics in Exam 70-547, sit for your MCPD, and start reaping the rewards. Bill Camarda, from the June 2007 Read Only