This exam is also known as Microsoft Dot Net Framework 3.5, windows appearance base Application Development is also known as 70-505(VB) exam. The exam is based on technology Microsoft Visual studio 2008. This exam was announced in April, 2008. It could be available in languages like English and German and this is associated with MCTS Certification or .NET Framework 3.5, Windows Presentation Foundation Applications certificate.

 

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The exam is planned to examination the information using WPF that is windows appearance foundation on .Net framework 3.5 and visual studio 2008. You should have knowledge working in development surroundings using Microsoft visual studio .Net3.5. Candidate should be able to create rich client function or Windows based application. Candidate should have.

– At least one year know-how developing windows based function using Microsoft .Net framework 2.0
– At least six months practical knowledge with WPF and visual studio 2008.
– A good thoughtful of WPF in the context of .net Framework 3.5
– Good practical knowledge in programming with WPF object model.
– Practical knowledge to deploy WPF applications
– Practical knowledge in creating data driven user interface.
– Practical knowledge in creating layouts using XAML (Extensible application Markup Language).

It is suggested to keep update with all new products, industrial knowledge related to the exam. You can join Microsoft forum, community. You can donate to to various official blogs. So that when on earth anything changed you know about that. Microsoft recommends you should have good practical knowledge using .Net framework 3.5. There are various practice exams, self study guides, self test engine, and certification tutorials to get well prepared before the exam. The following topics are covered in this exam.

– Creating a WPF Application
– Building User Interfaces
– Adding and Managing Content
– Binding to Data Sources
– Customizing Appearance
– Configuring and Deploying WPF Applications