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    #1

    Default MS official course for 70-536

    Microsoft Official Academic Course (70-536: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: Application Development Foundation)
    Will be available Feb 2010.

    This is publisher site
    Microsoft Official Academic Course::70-536: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: Application Development Foundation, Package

    It's a little bit cheaper from major book sellers
    Amazon.com: 70-536: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: Application Development Foundation, Package (9780470183779): Microsoft Official Academic Course: Books

    70-536, Microsoft Official Academic Course, Book - Barnes & Noble

    I plan to buy it. This is my last hope
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    For .NET 2.0? With .NET 4.0 on the verge of being released?

    I realize that 2.0 is the foundation of .NET, and 3.x and 4.0 have only added feature without changing the foundation, but it's still curious as to why they would market it with as old "2.0".
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    I was looking for "Official" course for a long time and was under the impression that the only way to get it is to sign up for the "boot camp". So releasing 2.0 now make sense so the MS partners can advertise 3.5 and 4.0
    BTW I was ready to take the "boot camp" but the only one available was in LA (I'm from Oregon)
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