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MCSD: Windows Store Apps Using C# Training Course

MCSD: Windows Store Apps Using C# training course is ideal for .NET developers to gain expertise in developing fast and effective Windows 8 applications. This certification program offers knowledge and skills related to programming techniques used in C#, in addition to basic and advanced levels of Windows application development using C#.

MCSD: Windows Store Apps Using C# certification provides knowledge about developing new data types; programming user interface; accessing database; creating custom attributes; and encrypting and decrypting data. This MCSD training additionally imparts the skills needed to:

  • Handle files and streams
  • Deploy the AppBar and layout controls
  • Manage navigation scenarios in a Windows store application
  • Respond to touch, mouse and keyboard actions
  • Use templates to create user interfaces (UI)

MCSD: Windows Store Apps Using C# training course additionally builds proficiency in advanced features, such as using MS Visual Studio 2013 and Expression Blend tools; using location information; integrating with online services; and streaming media to external devices.

After completing the MCSD: Windows Store Application training, candidates can work as Software Developers, Web Developers and Quality Engineers.

By passing either Exam 483, a candidate will also earn a Microsoft Specialist certification in Programming in C#.


Take Exam 484 and 485 to upgrade your MCPD: Windows Developer 4 to the MCSD: Windows Store Apps Using C# certification.


Candidates who are nearing to their two-year recertification date can get it recertified by appearing for Exam 491.

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