aguy from Germany – 03 12 2013, 11:31 AM Report Spam HiHo, In F6you r mixed up "select" and ascending Best regards,dp. aguy from Germany – 03 12 2013, 11:18 AM Report Spam Answer F18 cannot be answered as asked.It is not possible to use protected get at the same time withprotected set The only (single and unique) right answer is replace line 03 with "protected string EmployeeType" Best regards,dp. aguy from Germany – 03 12 2013, 8:53 AM Report Spam Hi again, I guess F27 is also wrong. IMHO the right answer should be :if ( _catalog== null) lock ( _lock);if ( _catalog== null) _catalog= new catalog(); aguy from Germany – 03 12 2013, 8:18 AM Report Spam thy 4 ur vce I guess ur aw to F39 is wrong.U cant pass a coll before created Best regards Gui from Brazil – 03 10 2013, 9:38 PM Report Spam Studying a lot moooore, I got 925.Thank you Matshj. miepje from Malaysia – 02 28 2013, 3:21 PM Report Spam Q63:Why is the answer A and not C? To select/check whether the orders have a date other than null, tt should be: "order.OrderDate.HasValue" and NOT: "order.OrderDate.Value != null"Comparing with != null will give an InvalidOperationException. I've seen this same question in 2 other exams, with every time the wrong answer, in my opinion. Anyone else who came across this? matshj from Sweden – 02 21 2013, 7:57 AM Report Spam I dont know what sopheys test says, but the correct answer for Q27 is:if (_catalog == null) lock (_lock) if (catalog == null) _catalog = new catalog(); If you haveing problem figuring out the answer for that question your self, you need to study alot moore! That´s basic C# programing skills… PS, look first in the comments in the older tests. There are a lot of good commets and tips about the questions there. Gui from Brazil – 02 21 2013, 1:29 AM Report Spam Gentlemen, I have a question and I would you like to know if you guys can help.Q27:I see ih this file one answer, and the sophye test with the opposite answer and sequence…Which sequence and answer is correct for this question??Thanks! matshj from Sweden – 02 19 2013, 8:50 AM Report Spam questions are 100% valid! Yesterday I passed the exam with 850, nailed the db access and managing program flow part of the exam so the ones I got are correct in the this exam. The other questions must have some wrong answers. Has anyone started on the 70-484 yet? dnalneh from Germany – 02 14 2013, 2:47 PM Report Spam passed with 925, all questions from this dump (100% in "Managing program flow") thanks for the good work! Anonymous from Germany – 02 10 2013, 10:04 AM Report Spam Q57The NetDataContractSerializer differs from the DataContractSerializer in one important way: the NetDataContractSerializer includes CLR type information in the serialized XML, whereas the DataContractSerializer does not. Therefore, the NetDataContractSerializer can be used only if both the serializing and deserializing ends share the same CLR types. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.runtime.serialization.netdatacontractserializer.aspx As we are using a WCF implementation we should use DataContractSerializer Q14Extension methods are defined as static methods but are called by using instance method syntax. Their first parameter specifies which type the method operates on, and the parameter is preceded by the this modifier. Extension methods are only in scope when you explicitly import the namespace into your source code with a using directive. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/bb383977.aspx Extension Methods must be defined with the "this" keyword! matshj from Sweden – 02 09 2013, 8:07 PM Report Spam Q14: according to the correct answer you are going to use " this String str", but "String str" works to… Typo or are both answers correct?? matshj from Sweden – 02 09 2013, 4:19 PM Report Spam Q57, I'v been readning about NetDataContractSerializer and DataContractSerializer and they seem to be closely related. Why use DataContractSerializer(answer D) and not NetDataContractSerializer (answer B) in this case? matshj from Sweden – 02 09 2013, 12:27 PM Report Spam Q8, Im quite new to JSON, but shouldn't the answer be: B: Return ser.DeserializeObject(json);In stead of C: Return ser.DeserializeObject(json); Anyone? Anonymous from Unknown – 02 08 2013, 11:39 AM Report Spam Propably not in the next time, cause I'm not a full time developer. Mostly I'm developing backend services or support tools as part of my consulting activity. Currently I have too much knowledge gaps in the concepts of MVVM. So I'll need some time to dig in to that to proceed with my developer certification track. matshj from Sweden – 02 08 2013, 10:37 AM Report Spam Congrats Is the 70-484 next? Anonymous from Germany – 02 08 2013, 10:30 AM Report Spam Good work guys, passed today in Germany with 900!All questions were from the dump. The category with the weakest result was "Application Security and Debugging". I don't know which questions are related to this category. matshj from Sweden – 02 07 2013, 8:21 PM Report Spam I wonder to…there is only one way to find out And if there are two right answers to that question? Because both with and without ascending are correct answers under the given conditions… skippy from Spain – 02 07 2013, 7:51 PM Report Spam Yes you are absolutely right about Q6 i have looked it up too. I just have the tendency to fill in all the boxes. I wonder if the real exam lets you leave some boxes empty. I must say that there are many things that I haven´t seen before. They go sometimes very deep into detail with some questions. matshj from Sweden – 02 07 2013, 7:25 PM Report Spam This Q6 also have that condition. You dont need the Ascending, as I wrote in my earlyer comment (a comment to a comment that has been deleted) the linq query returns a Linq.OrderedEnumerable and they are already sorted. So Ascending isn't needed. skippy from Spain – 02 07 2013, 2:56 PM Report Spam You could make a comparison with the questions of this dump:Microsoft.BrainDump.70-483.v2012-11-20.by.dniwe.23q.vce Because Q17 (Q6 in your dump) question includes "The values must be sorted from the lowest value to the highest value" matshj from Sweden – 02 07 2013, 1:19 PM Report Spam Q6, loanQuery is a Linq.OrderedEnumerable. so you don't need ascending matshj from Sweden – 02 07 2013, 7:34 AM Report Spam This is a copy of the two prior 70-483 tests, I have corrected some of the suggested corrections that have been mentioned in the comments, I have also added a modified version of Q5(Q63) where there is a new condition that there are not any exceptions allowed.