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    Default Just passed 70-480 today!

    I passed with 721!

    I wanted to share my preparation experience.
    I had 0 experience with these technologies before starting to study for this exam.

    I studied for 5 weeks but would recommend 6 weeks to leave the last week for doing hands on practice.

    I bought two months of Pluralsight for training and here are the courses I watched and in that order.
    (I also tried the upgraded plan for Pluralsight but the assessments were very short so unless you want to have the code samples, I do not believe it is worth the extra expense.)

    - HTML Fundamentals
    - HTML5 Fundamentals
    - Introduction to CSS
    - CSS3
    - JavaScript Fundamentals
    - Structuring JavaScript Code
    - jQuery Fundamentals
    - HTML5 Advanced Topics
    - Using HTML5 and CSS3

    Finally, I do not believe the exam was hard, or at least what I saw, one just needs study well and hopefully practice.
    I only got to practice for like 2 - 3 hours and yesterday.

    Good luck and hope this helps!
    Last edited by wayliff; 03-26-2013 at 09:46 PM.
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    Congratulations on your pass and thanks for the review!
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    Good job!
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