MCAD Training Guide 70-316: Developing and Implementing Windows-based Applications with C# and Visual Studio.NET
Appropriate for all courses on Visual C# .NET and Visual Studio .NET Windows development, and all courses preparing students for Microsoft's MCAD/MCSD 70-316 certification exam.
This is a comprehensive study resource for every student seeking to master Windows application development with Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Visual Studio .NET, and especially for those preparing for Microsoft's MCAD/MCSD exam 70-316. It combines a carefully designed teaching methodology, exceptional review software, and outstanding Web-based support at www.examcram.com. Leading Microsoft technology trainer and pioneer MCAD certified professional Amit Kalani covers every Exam 70-316 certification objective, including Visual C# .NET Windows application development with Windows Forms and controls; user interfaces and navigation; error handling and debugging; data binding; consuming and manipulating data; components and .NET assemblies; Web services; globalization; legacy code and accessibility issues; testing and debugging; application deployment and configuration; maintenance, and much more. The book provides a wide variety of study resources, including realistic practice questions, proven exam preparation tips, a last-minute “Fast Facts” section, detailed glossary, suggested readings and resources, and more. Its accompanying CD-ROM contains PrepLogic Practice Tests, Preview Edition software, including one complete PrepLogic Practice Test with approximately the same number of questions found on Microsoft's actual exam, as well as thorough explanations of every correct and incorrect answer.
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