Identify the path necessary and electives available to complete the App Builder path.
- [Instructor] This path is a legacy path.…For developers, the new Azure developer role-based paths…is the best choice.…The App Builder Path.…Microsoft developers are also well-represented…within the certification program…and there are two MCSEs that will lead you to the MCSD…or the MCSD, the Microsoft Certified Software Developer.…So for the MSCE web application,…we have two exams that are available…initially as an exchangeable exam…or one of those two can be chosen as part of your MCSE path.…
That is exam 480 or 483.…And the reason why you can choose…between either one of those…is based on the languages that you focus.…If you are a developer in C#,…then 483 will be the exam for you.…If you primarily focus in HTML programming,…then you'll be using exam 480…as the building block towards your MCSE.…Exam 486 will be next,…specifically focusing on ASP.NET.…As well we have an MCSE on Universal Windows Platform…and this is for app development.…
Again, exam 483 will be your first building block…and to that you can move on to exam 357…
- Microsoft certification levels
- Microsoft role-based certification paths
- Exam question types
- Performance-based questions
- Career opportunities that come from certification
- Exam preparation resources
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Microsoft Certification: What Is in a Certification?
The value of certification5m 26s
2. Microsoft Certification: The Role-Based Paths
3. Microsoft Certification: The Legacy Paths
4. Microsoft Certification: The Exams
5. Microsoft Certification: The Opportunities and the Prep Resources
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