Passed 70-320 and became MCAD

mcad

    Sponsored Links

    Next

  • 1. 70-316 : Question, the answer I'm not sure...
    Hello, In a test, I have this question : You must ensure that any exceptions encountered by Validate are bubbled up to the parent form. The parent will be responsible fo handling the exceptions. Accomplish this goal by the minimum amount of code A. this.Validate(); B. try{ this.Validate } catch(Exception ex){ throw ex; } C. try{ this.Validate } catch(Exception ex){ throw ("My Exception"ex); } D. public class MyException:ApplicationException{ public MyException():base(){ } public MyException(string message):base(message){ } public MyException(string message, Exception inner):base(message, inner){ } } The right answer is B right ? Thanks,
  • 2. Programming language selection and training
    Hello, I have a few questions keeping me up at night. 1) Most people learn a programming language because they work for a company that already uses it, so they are told to learn it. I am learning programming and want to start my own company one day around programming. Could you please inform me how I should best evaluate each of the Microsoft programming languages and decide which one is best for me? I know that Visual Basic is very easy but programs are larger and slower compared to Visual C++, but that's as far as my knowledge goes. 2) I think I am tossing up between learning Visual C++ and C#. I already know beginning Visual C++ and MFC. Unfortunately, Microsoft does not offer much Visual C++ training (only Managed Extensions which are far beyond me at the moment). If it turns out I want to learn Visual C++ instead of C#, what other avenues are available to me to learn in depth Visual C++ skills without working for a programming company? I want to learn skills like how to create set up programs, distribute updates and patches etc. Things that go beyond a simple programming concepts book. 3) What learning do I need to do before attempting the MSAD? I know there are prerequisite studies. How do I obtain this programming experience? Any help you could provide would be invaluable to me. Thanking you in advance, Tony Jarvis
  • 3. Programming language selection
    Just 2 quick questions: 1) How do people know what language to choose? There are so many opinions and marketing spiel on the web, it is very hard to understand the core differences and benefits/drawbacks of each. How did you learn the differences? Or is there an article somewhere on the web you could point me to? 2) If there are not many C++ books being published any more for VC++, does this mean effectively VC++ programmers must teach themselves things and learn from message posts at codeguru.com etc? It seems like you already have to be really smart at that language to learn new things through self-teaching or peers.
  • 4. Got MCAD.NET - Nanda.
    Successfully completed after 3 month continuous study. Very tough Exam 70-320 for me. even i prepared well. *can able to score only 715 it took for me more than 2 hours other exams i scored more than 900 Moderate Exam 70-315 few tips: * i think u need real time experience. otherwise it bit difficult. * no direct questions. all are real time only. ( situation oriented) * use self test,transcendar,kalani,mesureup,all in one sample questions. * books: wrox and Microsoft books will really help. ( dont expect direct questions ). * atleast take a month to prepare for a exam. * Need to know Software Development Process . Developing Maintaining testing debugging Deployment You Can win MCAD.NEt All the best.............................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy New Year...........!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yrs, nanda.......................!
  • 5. Add Web Reference in visual studio .net
    After I do this, in the client application, it does not display a link at the left hand bottom of the screen that says "Web Reference on Local Web Server". That is what I want! Why does it not appear?

Passed 70-320 and became MCAD

Postby JosRam Rodruez » Thu, 22 Apr 2004 00:37:34 GMT

57 questions, 2 hours

A couple of ambiguous questions. Dis not like some of the questions.




Re: Passed 70-320 and became MCAD

Postby Raymond Lewallen » Thu, 22 Apr 2004 04:09:29 GMT

Congrats Jose.





>> 57 questions, 2 hours
>>
>> A couple of ambiguous questions. Dis not like some of the questions.
>>
>>
>>



Re: Passed 70-320 and became MCAD

Postby JosRam Rodruez » Fri, 23 Apr 2004 01:03:24 GMT

Thanks.








>>>> 57 questions, 2 hours
>>>>
>>>> A couple of ambiguous questions. Dis not like some of the questions.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>



Re: Passed 70-320 and became MCAD

Postby Franco Figun » Sun, 25 Apr 2004 05:13:14 GMT

Good for you.....was difficult?

-- 
FF
www.francofigun.com.ar
www.microsofties.com.ar
UIN: 305336919
MSN:  XXXX@XXXXX.COM 


"JosRam Rodruez"<< XXXX@XXXXX.COM >> escribien el mensaje





Re: Passed 70-320 and became MCAD

Postby Sreejith SS Nair » Wed, 28 Apr 2004 14:45:26 GMT

 dear please help me out to pass this 70-320 exam.
please send me any study material for 70-320 . Which 
source helped you to pass 70-320.
 XXXX@XXXXX.COM . This is my mailid please get me 
back in this id.
 thanks

Re: Passed 70-320 and became MCAD

Postby lynd » Thu, 20 May 2004 13:37:01 GMT

Hi 

Is the pass mark for 70-320 still 700 with 57 questions ??

thanks






Return to mcad

 

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 16 guest