Tag Archives: WCF

Passed 70-487

I’m so excited, because I just passed the 70-487 exam, “Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services”. That means I have earned the designation of “Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer: Web Applications”. It’s been over two years since I started studying for my first exam, with a break in the middle. So, I am really proud of this achievement, and I think it really validates my experience.
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Passed 70-486

I passed my 70-486 exam today. I would hope so, since this exam covers what I do all day, every day. This is called¬†Developing ASP.NET 4.5 MVC Web Applications.¬†Having already taken my first exam (70-480) a few weeks ago, I knew what to expect. I also knew the location of the testing center, how long it would take (two hours and thirty minutes through Denver’s rush hour traffic), etc. So, I was pretty relaxed.
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GeoServices API Implementation

The agency I work for has not deployed ArcServer. But, our biologists really need to see their dots on a map, and they need to create dots on a map, to say nothing of some of the more complicated tasks like editing geometries and linear referencing. Installing ArcServer is outside of my control. So, to provide our biologists with the geospatial tools they required, I decided to build a spatial server into my application myself.
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