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A bit later then what I planned 6 months ago, today I just passed 70-536: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - Application Development Foundation.

I passed with 806 with a passing score of 700, but making a few calculation I didn't understand which would have been the maximum score since if 700 is 80% of the max (as in the practice tests), the max would have been 875.

But 806 out of 875 means 92,114%, that means that I correctly answered 41,45 questions, which is impossible.

Anyway, a good result since I seriously studied for the exam only one week of evenings. And I finally understood a bit more about the CAS imperative and declarative security.

Now, let's see if it doesn't take me other 2 years before I take the second exam I'd like to take: 70-528: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - Web-Based Client Development.

I hope I can study for it in the next 3 months when I'll be working from home.

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posted on Thursday, August 2, 2007 1:33 PM

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# re: Just passed the 70-536 MCTS exam

Left by Haacked at 8/2/2007 6:15 PM

Congrats! good luck with the rest of them.

# re: Just passed the 70-536 MCTS exam

Left by Si Philp at 8/2/2007 8:03 PM

Congratulations :)

Working from home sounds bliss

# re: Just passed the 70-536 MCTS exam

Left by Simone at 8/2/2007 10:10 PM

Well.. the rest of them when I can get myself in study mood again :)
And working from home will be a nice experience, especially since my temporary home will be on an Italian lake :)

# re: Just passed the 70-536 MCTS exam

Left by Scott at 8/3/2007 2:10 PM

Congratulations! I remember this one being the hardest of the three that I took. Great job!

# re: Just passed the 70-536 MCTS exam

Left by Simone at 8/3/2007 2:31 PM

Yep, seems to be the hardest, since it's about a lot of things you probably never used in your real development (like building a new culture, or synchronizing data access among different processes, or making an extensive use of the CAS)
Probably the web app dev one will be easier since I've been building web app with ASP.NET since 6 years :)

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