Excel in the 70-502-CSHARP Exam With uCertify's PrepKit

Union City, CA (PressExposure) February 09, 2009 -- uCertify, an unparalleled name in IT certification preparation software developers, brings specially for you the 70-502-CSHARP PrepKit. This PrepKit will stop the quest of all those aspiring for the MCTS: C# .NET Framework 3.5 – Windows Presentation Foundation Applications certification.

The Microsoft's 70-502 (CSHARP), is a highly sought after certification exam that checks the expertise and proficiency of a person in developing and implementing Windows-based applications by using Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. This exam measures the knowledge of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.

After passing this exam, one gets accredited with the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) status. He will also earn the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): .NET Framework 3.5 - Windows Presentation Foundation Applications credential.

This exam opens door to various job roles, including Web Developers, Windows Developers, or Enterprise Software Developers.

The PrepKit, containing three interactive practice tests with 213 questions and 67 study notes, gives you a strong conceptual foundation. The PrepKit, designed by certified professionals, brings you face to face with the actual exam. You can check this by trying out our demo version at http://www.ucertify.com/exams/Microsoft/70-502-CSHARP.html

The PrepKit has been co-authored by Chuck Easttom (MCP, MCT, MCSE, MCAD, and MCDBA), an independent consultant in software, network security, and computer related litigations. He has a vast experience in teaching and writing computer related books. He has also assisted CompTIA in creation and revision of four of its certification tests: Server+, Linux+, Security+, and CTT+. He has won several accolades, including Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Who's Who in America, and Who's Who in American Education, to name only few. Read more about Chuck Easttom at http://www.chuckeasttom.com/ site.

Daniel Tome, a Senior Applications Developer at DDX (www.ddx.com.au) after assessing one of our PrepKits, writes in his blog, “There is a lot of content to go through and help you out on your certification quest. The flash card is a good way to memorize and practice the different types of questions. There are several basic flash tutorials in the ‘how to’ section as well. If you want to get a certification, I would definitely recommend you try this out. uCertify has a money-back guarantee policy that will return your money back if you fail the exam the first time.” He has more than 9 years of experience in Web-related technologies. He has extensive knowledge in back-end technologies such as PHP, ASP, and JSP, as well as in databases such as Oracle, MS SQL Server, and MySQL.

70-502-CSHARP exam requirements: There is no prerequisite for taking the 70-502 (CSHARP) exam. However, before taking the exam, you should have at least one year experience in developing Microsoft Windows-based applications by using Microsoft .NET Framework, as well as a working knowledge of Visual Studio 2008. If you would like to know more about this exam, please visit: [http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exams/70-502.mspx]

About uCertify Since its inception in 1996, uCertify has specialized in exam preparation solutions for various certification exams of Microsoft, CIW, CompTIA, Oracle, Adobe, Cisco, and Sun. Today, we are one of the leaders in the certification business. We are available 24 x 7 and provide top quality products and services. All uCertify PrepKits come with a money back guarantee. You are guaranteed to pass in your first attempt, else we will refund your money. No questions asked!

We invite you to come visit us at http://www.ucertify.com to see for yourself how we can help serve your certification needs.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 09, 2009 at 4:21 am
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