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    Hey guys ! I do have questions about .net certs. So basically I want to create apps for the IPhone platform but don't have the basics in programming. Therefore decided to study everything from the beggining and to get certified in the same time. Which path teaches me C and derived languages ? Windows Developer or Web Developer ? Thanks !
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    The iPhone is an Apple product. Nothing from Microsoft--certifications or otherwise--will help you to be an iPhone developer.

    If you are interested in Windows Phone development, Microsoft does have certifications for that: Windows Phone Certification


    If iPhone app development is really what you want, start at Apple's iOS Dev Center and by learning Objective C.
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    iphone apps use Xcode and i believe C.. and the compiler used is only available on Macs.. its pretty simple to design and code once you get over the learning curve
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