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    Need guidance on Certification Exam for .Net and sql server

    Are you looking for information on Certification Exam for .Net and sql server ? then read this thread to know more about it

    Hi Friends,
    I want to know which certification exam will be best for a .Net Developer with nearly 4-5 years of experience which will enhance the working knowledge and skills in Programming in .net with C# and Database using Sql server?
  • #725520
    Hi Reena,

    As you are having 4-5 years of experience I would suggest you to take an expert level certification for databases.

    Note: Certification will not enhance your working knowledge and skills it always tests your knowledge.

    For Database platform you can choose MCSE(sql server 2012),for information please visit this link

    For C#,there are various options from Microsoft visit

    Hope this may helpful for you .


  • #725524
    Dear Reena,

    The best site to know about Microsoft certification is as below:-

    Happy Coding.

  • #725529
    Hai Reena,
    There are many certifications under the .Net category- Web Applications Certification Exams, Windows Applications Certification Exams.
    Now under the windows applications, there are many certifications Exams like:

    1. Programming in C# 483
    2. Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps Using C# 484
    3. Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C# 485

    Below is the link for more details :

    Under the web application, you can choose:

    1. Developing ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Applications 486
    2. Developing Windows Azure and Web Services 487

    Below is the link for web application exams:

    You can choose any of them as per your skills and then write the exam.
    Hope it will be helpful to you.

    Pawan Awasthi(DNS MVM)
    +91 8123489140 (whatsApp), +60 14365 1476(Malaysia)

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