Course Summary
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Credit Recommendation & Competencies
Level Credits (SH) Subject
Lower-Division Baccalaureate 3 Programming, Web Technology, and Information Technology
Scaled score of 700.


Candidates for this certification are professional developers that use Visual Studio 11 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 to design and develop Web solutions. Candidates should have a minimum of three to five years of experience developing ASP.NET MVC-based solutions. Additionally, candidates should have experience designing and developing Web applications that access various (local and remote) data and services including Windows Azure and experience with the full software development life cycle of data and service solutions; experience developing and deploying to multi-tier environments including Windows Azure; experience designing and developing asynchronous solutions; and creating and consuming HTTP services.

Skills Measured:

The skills measured include accessing data; choosing data access technologies; implementing caching, transactions, and data storage in Windows Azure; creating and implementing a WCF Data Services service; manipulating XML data structures; querying and manipulating data by using the entity framework, LINQ to entities, and ADO.NET; creating an entity framework data model; designing and implementing WCF services; configuring WCF services by using configuration settings and API; securing and consuming a WCF service; creating and configuring a WCF service; creating and configuring a WCF service on Windows Azure; implementing messaging patterns; hosting and managing services; creating and consuming web API-based services; deploying web applications and services; designing a deployment strategy; configuring a web application for deployment; managing packages by using NuGet; and sharing assemblies between multiple applications and servers.
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