Free Visual Studio.NET Online Assessment Now Available

Microsoft has added free online skill assessments for developers who want to gauge Visual Studio.NET development and deployment skills.

Microsoft recently added free online assessments aimed at developers who want to gauge their Visual Studio.NET development and deployment skills.

The assessment is one of two now available; Microsoft originally debuted a Windows Server 2003 assessment (see "IT Strengths, Weaknesses: Measuring Your IT Aptitude Online" in News for more information). Official practice test provider MeasureUp created the assessment programs for Microsoft.

According to a recent MCP Newsflash, Microsoft expects to add an Exchange Server 2003 online assessment in late summer 2003, which will closely coincide with the company's launch of its newest messaging server software. ( has just published a special report on Exchange Server 2003, which you can read by clicking here.)

To take the Windows Server 2003 or Visual Studio.NET assessments, go to

About the Author

Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.


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