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    Ok, I was a buit woried about my "pre .NET" experience would be no experience at all. And I realize that is not enought to just read an study a book (even if it's a 800 pages book... ), i will need to preactice...
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    One thing I have not mentioned that I found to be important in studying for this exam was using IE10. If you don't have IE10 installed someplace then get it (Win7 and Win8 only)! Then use JSFiddle.net and go through and do mini labs on things like -ms-grid or the MS implementation of the Error object in JavaScript. I'm trying to implement this in my new version of the study guide.

    You can find the draft copy of the new version of this study guide here.
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    I am just a 1st year uni student, and I am new to all this. Anyway I was wondering if I can pass this test just by learning from https://www.microsoftvirtualacademy....p-start?o=1943 in which I mean the videos they have provided. Any help will be appreciated
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    Welcome to TE!

    The short answer is no. That is not enough information to pass the exam even if you had the code examples and dialog completely memorized.

    Use those videos and the links in my study guide and with a few weeks of study and practical labs you should do fine on the exam, though.

    Here is the link to the latest version of my study guide: https://skydrive.live.com/view.aspx?...B!168&app=Word

    Please note there are some sections in the posts above that I have not updated yet. So you may need to look in both places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertKaucher View Post
    I'm sure you'll find something with your experience and certs.

    Do you intend on completing the MCSD: Web Applications certification? I'm starting on the MVC4 studies right now. I took a course on MVC2 a while ago so this should not be too terribly difficult now that we are starting to use the MVC web API here at work with our LOB integration stuff.

    If you do intend on doing the 70-486 let me know and we can cooperate on a study guide for that. The 487, though, is going to be the real butt kicker for me. I have no professional experience and it does not look like there will be any official study guides for that any time soon.
    Just passed 564 exam yesterday, and that makes me officially MCPD now

    Thanks everybody and wish you good luck in future testing
    exams are fun , at least for me
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    Congratulations! Very good work!
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    Unhappy Going for 70-480 on 29th of December

    I am going for it on the 29th of this month with around 6 days preparation, my experience lies in HTML(not 5) C#,VB.net and javascript with little bit jquery.
    I have found that videos on the microsoft site aren't enough to plug in the gaps.
    Hopefully I will have some good news to share, in the next couple of days if you gents/ladies have some pearls of wisdom please do share it with me and thanks to the original thread starter for compiling the resources. May you live to be a 1000 years old.
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    Welcome to TE!

    Here is the link to the latest version of my study guide: https://skydrive.live.com/view.aspx?...B!168&app=Word

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    Going right to the page for me...

    But I uploaded it to Google Drive. Give this link a try: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6I...EdibDVjVXdwNWM

    Another public link on SkyDrive: https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resi...585AEB6F1B!168
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    Robert i know very basic about css,html and javascript ..... i do have that eexam on 4th jan but i am yet not prepared is there any suggestions on what topic or type of the questions like that .... also could you help me whether i can opt for second shot for the exam or not as i dont know since i used HTMLJMP voucher to appear for the exam .... plz reply asap ...
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    Bobby Tables nicely done. Yes I am extremely late to the party.
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    You can't use second shot with the free voucher. Learn as much as you can from the study guides! Can you reschedule it for two weeks from now? That might be enough time.
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    Oh yea....Rob, I found a way to create an image slider with pure CSS3....thought you might be interested
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    Of course I am! Post your code!
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    Hey Guys, I have free access to tutorial site. Could anyone have a quick look through the units and tell me if it will help me pass 70-480. much appreciated JavaScript Essential Training (2011) | Video Tutorial from lynda.com
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    Question Thanks for the study guide!

    Great reference and advice!

    I'm a front-end developer and at this time only interested in taking this one exam (70-480 - Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3

    As I understand it this exam alone will not provide a certificate, only a MCP designation. Is this correct?
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    You get a Microsoft Specialist Certificate (download) and MCP logo.
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    Just to be confirm, if I pass, I will get a draft certificate from the test center, then a downloadable pdf one, And finally another official one through post? right?
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    Of course I am! Post your code!
    When I had a Lynda.com account I had worked though that course. Granted I haven't taken this exam yet, I would recommend that video series, the content is high quality, well presented, and seems to align well with that is recommended in this thread.

    I'm just about to start a HTML5 course on learnable.com, which I picked up during the Christmas sale, will report back on the material.
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    Thanks mrploddy! I was hoping that was the case.
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    Just to make sure, Do I get a physical copy of the certificate though post?
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    MS no longer issues physical certs. You can order them. I think it's around $5 US, but I am not certain.
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    Just to make sure, Do I get a physical copy of the certificate though post?
    The last time I checked this particular cert didnt have a physical cert available to order but this might have changed now. You dont get them automatically as its MSs push to save cost and the environment. The ones I did get a physical certificate for from other providers cost significantly more money that the standard price for MS exams.

    The PDF is as good as and if you have some decent cart / good printer nobody will be able to tell the difference anyways. You can also download a PDF of your transcript too that shows your completed MS exams (think college transcript).
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    I just tried to order it and was not able to for this exam either. It might be that they will only offer the paper cert for the full MCSD. I sent an email to the help address. I'll let you know what they say.
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    Hi there,

    First of all thank you very much for listing all the helpful resources!
    I stupidly thought that going through those MVA videos will be sufficient and that the exam is going to be easy... and now I only have a few more days to cram for this exam.

    One question I have is that, the videos showed some MS specific stuff. Things like ms-flex-box, ms-grid, WinJS Promises.

    Are those coverd in the exam?

    thanks!
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