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Web Application Development with .net 4.0 - .NET

MCTS Web Application Development with Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0

MCTS Web Application Development with Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 validates the knowledge to develop ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms Applications using .NET Framework 4.0 tools and technologies.

The course focuses on coding activities that enhance the performance and scalability of the Website Application.

Unisoft provides training on the following versions of .NET  (4.0, 3.5).

.NET 4.0

  • MCPD Web Developer 4
  • MCPD Windows Developer 4
  • MCTS Web Application Development with Microsoft.NET
    Framework 4.0
  • MCTS: Windows Communication Foundation Development with
    Microsoft .Net Framework 4
  • MCTS: Windows Application Development with .NET 4.0
  • MCTS: Accessing Data with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 / Visual
    Studio 2010

.NET 3.5

  • MCPD: Windows Developer
  • MCPD: ASP.NET Developer
  • MCPD: Enterprise Application Developer
  • MCTS: Windows Communication Foundation Applications
  • MCTS: Windows Presentation Foundation Applications
  • MCTS: Windows Workflow Foundation Applications

.NET 2.0
Exams for MCPD and MCTS (certification for .NET 2.0) expired on 30th June, 2011

.NET 1.1
Exams for MCSD and MCAD (certification for .NET 1.1) expired on 31st March, 2009.

Schedule for MCTS Web Application Development with Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 Training

Course #

Course Contents

Exam #

Exam

Regular Track (days)

Fast Track (days)

10266

Programming with C# using Microsoft .Net 4.0

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10267

Introduction to Web Developement using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

70-515

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10264

Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

TS: Web Application Development with Microsoft.Net Framework 4

   

Balance Days for exam(s) and practice

   

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Prerequisites :

  • Knowledge of problem solving techniques that apply to software dev elopement.
  • Experience of working with .Net Framework , preferably with Web Applications.