Web Development Fundamentals

 
HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals
Candidates for this exam are seeking to prove core HTML5 client application development skills that will run on today's touch-enabled devices (PCs, tablets, and phones). Although HTML is often thought of as a web technology that is rendered in a browser to produce a UI, this exam focuses on using HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript to develop client applications. Before taking this exam, candidates should have solid foundational knowledge of the topics outlined in the preparation guide, including CSS and JavaScript. It is recommended that candidates be familiar with the concepts of and have some hands-on experience with the related technologies, either by taking relevant training courses or by working with tutorials and samples available on MSDN and in Microsoft Visual Studio.
Exam 98-375
 
Introduction to Programming Using Python
Candidates for this exam should be able to recognize and write syntactically correct Python code, recognize data types supported by Python, and be able to recognize and write Python code that will logically solve a given problem. Candidates are expected to have had, at a minimum, instruction and/or hands-on experience of approximately 100 hours with the Python programming language, be familiar with its features and capabilities, and understand how to write, debug, and maintain well-formed, well documented Python code.
Exam 98-381
 
Introduction to Programming Using JavaScript
Candidates for this exam should be able to recognize and write syntactically correct JavaScript code, use data types supported by JavaScript, and be able to recognize and write JavaScript code that will logically solve a given problem. Candidates are expected to have at least 100 hours of instruction or hands-on experience with the JavaScript programming language. Candidates should also be familiar with JavaScript features and capabilities, and understand how to write, debug, and maintain well-formed, well documented JavaScript code.
Exam 98-382
 
Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS
Candidates for this exam should be able to recognize and write syntactically correct HTML and CSS, structure data using HTML elements, and create and apply styles using CSS. Candidates are expected to have at least 100 hours of instruction or hands-on experience with HTML and CSS, be familiar with their features and capabilities, and understand how to write, debug, and maintain well-formed HTML and CSS code.
Exam 98-383
 
Introduction to Programming Using Java
Candidates for this exam are application developers working with Java 6 SE or later, secondary and immediate post-secondary level students of software development, or entry-level software developers. Candidates should have at least 150 hours or instruction or hands-on experience with Java, are familiar with its features and capabilities, and understand how to write, debug and maintain well-formed, well documented Java code.
Exam 98-388

Web Development Fundamentals

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