This summer I've given a .NET training for a group of 6 developers (picture) and software architects from EDS. After the training, all of the course attendees reached the MCAD certification. Now I'm running the same training for a second group from EDS with 9 developers. Monday and Tuesday were the dates for their first .NET exams on their way to MCAD: Developing and Implementing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C#. 9 of 9 succeeded with the exam! We have nine new MCP's!
The multi-week course is a course to learn Visual Basic and C#, core features of the .NET Framework, Web Forms with ASP.NET, Windows Forms, Web Services and .NET Enterprise Services.
The picture shows the new MCADs. The nice girl in the picture is still not an MCAD but instead responsible for the course organization.