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  1. Microsoft Developer Certifications Overview

    by , 09-12-2008 at 05:11 AM (Bits and Bytes)
    Microsoft offers several developer certifications and exams covering various Microsoft technologies including the .NET framework. There are several good reasons for pursuing Microsoft Developer Certifications and for choosing .NET as a framework for your Web and Windows applications:
    1. The free Visual Studio Express editions – These are limited but still very functional editions of Visual Studio, which allow you to create applications using many of the topics in the exam objectives.
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  2. Create and configure menus

    by , 07-29-2007 at 12:58 PM (Bits and Bytes)
    Covers Exam Objective: 70-526 – Create and configure a MenuStrip component on a Windows Form.

    One of the challenges with designing graphical user interfaces is to present the controls and information when the user needs them and at the same time not clutter the interface. Most applications however, include a wide variety of options and functions that need to be within reach at all times. A familiar way to allow users access to common functions in Windows applications is to use menus ...
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  3. Configure the PropertyGrid Control

    by , 07-20-2007 at 01:52 PM (Bits and Bytes)
    Exam objective: 70-526 – Configure the PropertyGrid component

    The .NET Framework contains a fairly complete selection of controls and form components that allow information to be input, presented and changed in many different ways. In this article I will cover one of the more complex but also feature-rich components in the .NET framework: the PropertyGrid. Regardless of whether you have experience with the using the PropertyGrid in your own apps, if you used Visual Studio, you already ...
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