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Visual C++ Exams Now in Beta

Take and pass any Visual C++ exam and receive a free exam voucher. Beta exam are happening now!

Take any Visual C++ beta exam and get a free exam voucher if you pass. The Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Visual C++ 6.0 exam (70-016, or 71-916 in its beta form) is currently available as a beta exam until April 28, 1999. Designing and Implementing Distributed Applications with Visual C++ 6.0 (70-015, or 71-915 in beta) is available until April 23, 1999.

Candidates who pass one or both of these beta exams will receive a free exam voucher for each beta exam passed. Vouchers will be mailed after the exams go live.

Registration begins the day before the first day of the beta testing period. Both exams are core or elective exams in the new MCSD track. Exam 70-015 is also an elective in the new MCDBA track.

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