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Laurent Bugnion (GalaSoft) Diary of a Code Trotter

One neat thing when you're a MVP (for 3 more weeks!) is that you get a lot of invitations to all kind of events. So when I got an invite to take the MCTS exam (beta) for WPF 3.5, I though I should try it, even though it's my Most Busy December Ever. It's not easy preparing for a Beta exam, because there are no courses, no books, no test exams available, so you're pretty much left to yourself. Thankfully, I found a list of subjects online, and after marking those of them which I was really not feeling comfortable with, I sat down a few evenings with Adam Nathan's book, and reviewed. When you learn a huge platform like WPF, there are areas which you know perfectly well, and others you never ever work with, and you really need a refresher. In my case, I needed a good brush up on Custom Controls (and themes), 3D, FlowDocuments and a few other areas.

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Posted on Friday, December 7, 2007 4:27 AM Personal , Technical stuff , .NET , WPF | Back to top

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