We’re excited to announce that MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-515): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4, by Tony Northrup and Mike Snell (ISBN 9780735627406; 1008 pages) is now available for purchase!
Please enjoy an excerpt from the Introduction:
This training kit is designed for developers who plan to take Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist (MCTS) exam 70-515, as well as for developers who need to know how to develop applications by using the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and Microsoft ASP.NET. We assume that before you begin using this kit, you have a working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Visual Basic or Microsoft Visual C#. The topics in this training kit cover what you need to know for the exam as described on the Skills Measured tab for the exam, which is available at http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-515&locale=en-us#tab2.
Refer to the objective mapping page in the front of this book to see where in the book each exam objective is covered.
Hmmm this book was available in middle of January at oreilly.com and you are annoucing it at 4th of Feb?
We try to post our ‘New book’ posts at availability, and this one slipped through the cracks. Thanks for helping to keep us on our toes.
I've also made a mistake. I meant 70-511 which was available in middle of January for few days at oreilly then it disappeared. Now it is available again. Strange...
Do you plan to annouce 70-511 :>?
70-515 was available at the end of November 2010 (e-book), I've received print at the end of Dec.
We announced the RTM of TK 70-511 here blogs.msdn.com/.../rtm-d-today-mcts-self-paced-training-kit-exam-70-511-windows-applications-development-with-microsoft-net-framework-4.aspx.
We will announce availability on or around February 15, 2011.
I'm finding errors in the book, example: pg 894 Lesson 1 Question #3's answers C & D have the same text & seem to contradict the lesson exercise. Where is the official site for corrections?
To view and submit errata for this book, go to oreilly.com/.../errataunconfirmed.csp.
Rosemary Caperton, Microsoft Press