Greetings all! I'm hoping to take this exam next month - (have been doing IT for about 20 years but never touched a Microsoft exam before!) - about 3 years programming experience with the Microsoft stack.
Am using the official Microsoft study guide as well as https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Exam_98-361:_Software_Development_Fundamentals for my resources....what resources are you using?
wow, i think i was taking the long route; through MVA tutorials on C# and A Text book; Beginning Visual C# 2012 programming.
Hope you are doing well. I want to go for 98-361 exam. Request you to please let me know from where i can get the preparation material for 98-361 exam.
Thanks in advance.
please don't forget to share your impressions and thoughts after the Exam. I am particularly interested if the wikiversity source is enough to pass?
Hi Steve, here after the ALM one, any ideas on how to find those? (496/497/498) within Wikiversity, that is?
Thanks for your time... (Will keep the 361 handy, may need it if they want me to take the MTA too)
that's good question Sebastian, I am interested too. Do we ned anything else except wikiversity? There is a lot of material on wikiversity.
Has anyone here written the exam yet. Hopefully the Microsoft book and wikiversity will be enough for this!!!
I also found some materials on Microsoft Virtual Academy
Hi all, How can I choose the language c# or VB registering through Prometric? Should I Call?
Hello Steve, a lot of the material at the link you provided is no longer available. Most of the time you are re-directed to a visual studio download page.
You'll be asked to choose the Language at the beginning of the exam.
I just took the exam and passed, though not with flying colors. To prep, I went through the c# for absolute beginners on Microsoft Virtual Academy, went through http://www.cbtnuggets.com/ video training for the series, and also purchased a practice test at measureup.com. Oh, and I've also been a web developer for about 3 years now.
My impression is that the test is hard. There were questions that I didn't expect. I didn't know about the wiki until I saw this forum, so not sure how beneficial it is, though I would suspect that it is.
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Like @Steve, my favorite resource is http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/software-development-fundamentals
Someone mentioned broken links in this content but I'm not seeing that.