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    Default Is there a C# certification for desktop development?

    I'm looking at Microsoft's website, and all I see is a "Get your MCSD: Windows Store Apps Using C#". Is there no cert for doing C# development for normal desktop users? I was looking for a cert that I could get, which would cover the essentials of building desktops apps.
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    You can take the 70-483 which should give you credit towards the MCSD - Exam 70-483: Programming in C#
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    Does anyone build desktop apps any more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by petedude View Post
    Does anyone build desktop apps any more?
    I was under the impression that there was a lot of work available from companies who's internal codebases where in C#. Three IT managers I know all said it was easy to find work in C#/.Net.
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    Yes. For enterprise line-of-business development there is still a very healthy market for WinForms and WPF development.
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