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    PeterH

    Interested in how your C# skills compare to others?

    Microsoft has a C# assessment (along with a collection of other areas) avaliable. Try it out when you get the time and post your score!

    I got:

    Percent: 70%
    Score: 21/30
    Time: 52:09 (mins:secs)


    I'd still class myself as a beginner so I'm pretty pleased with this score, but there was quite alot of lucky guessing going on while I did it!


    CLICK HERE for a go!

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    wkempf

    Secured site, with no indication of any way to register.

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    Mike Dimmick

    I assume you were talking about the 'Developing Enterprise Windows®-based Applications with .NET: Rich Client--Visual C# .NET' test. Most of my C# work has been on vertical market locked-down enterprise applications on PDAs, so there's a bunch of stuff I don't know simply because I've never needed it. Still, I managed to get 23/30 in 13 minutes - it would have been quicker except I had to field a phone call in the middle.

    Yep, I'm a show-off.

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    Mike Dimmick
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    PeterH

    Mike Dimmick wrote:
    I assume you were talking about the 'Developing Enterprise Windows®-based Applications with .NET: Rich Client--Visual C# .NET' test. Most of my C# work has been on vertical market locked-down enterprise applications on PDAs, so there's a bunch of stuff I don't know simply because I've never needed it. Still, I managed to get 23/30 in 13 minutes - it would have been quicker except I had to field a phone call in the middle.

    Yep, I'm a show-off.


    13 minuites! Mike is correct by the way about where to find it, sorry about the incorrect link.

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    Matt1eD

    That all looks rather like .NET!!!!

    What happened to PHP, and writing Java and C++ in G++!

    Those were the days!

    Random thought: coffeeeeeee

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