Visual studion express


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    So I have been told the 70-547 is the best replacement for 70-315. I am not starting out too well as the first skill being measured is "Evaluate the proof of concept". I have googled a lot and have not found a lot of what this is about, but had deduced from some whitepapers that it could be a mini-test of an application. Any ideas on where to get help on "proof of concept". Are there other keywords to search on etc? Or a better place to post my question? Or any books on the overall topic this comes under "Envisioning and Designing an Application".

Visual studion express

Postby VEM1MA » Tue, 22 Aug 2006 22:22:01 GMT

I've made the jump to earn an MCAD and I am starting with the 70-305 exam.  
Now, I need to get visual installed.  I was looking at 2005 
express, but see that it is for the 2.0 framework.  Is there an earlier 
version ( 2003 express?) I can use for the 1.1 framework or do I have 
to purchase something??  Thanks.

RE: Visual studion express

Postby UHJhdmVlbg » Fri, 25 Aug 2006 21:25:01 GMT

Hi, there is nothing like VS 2003. VS express was launched recently and is 
only for framework 2.0. I will suggest to go with VS express. It is advanced 
but most of the features of VS 2003 is still there. 
Excellence is not a destination it is a journey.

Re: Visual studion express

Postby Joseph Bittman MVP MCSD » Sun, 03 Sep 2006 09:42:56 GMT

Sept. 1, 2006

  Basically, VS Standard 2003 is the equivilent of VS Express 2005..... only 
VS Std 03 is around $100 and VS Express 05 is free...

  Although there are some things in the .Net 2.0 framework which are 
different from 1.1, I would definitely say go with Express since you will be 
learning the leading-edge version, and also because of the obvious price 
difference :).

  You can download the various Express editions here:

Hope this helps and good luck with your exams!
                        Joseph Bittman
      Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional -- DPM

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