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Save 91% off a MCSD: Windows Store Apps Using C# bundle via Neowin Deals

On offer via our ELearning section of Neowin Deals for today only, we have a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer: Windows Store Apps Using C# bundle at 91% discount. Develop fast, fluid Windows 8 or 10 apps and earn the certification to prove It

What's it all about?

Microsoft’s certification programs are highly-respected benchmarks for competency in a variety of technical specialities—and well worth each and every hour spent studying, included in this bundle are three courses.

  1. Microsoft 70-483: Programming in C#
    Gain the Skills to Create Windows Apps with C#
  2. Microsoft 70-484: Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps Using C#
    Put Your C# Knowledge to the Test & Deliver a Flawless User Experience
  3. Microsoft 70-485: Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#
    Prove Your Mastery Over C# with This Advanced Certification

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This Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer: Windows Store Apps Using C# bundle normally retails at $614 all told, but you can pick it up for just $49.99 today. In addition, if you refer this deal via social media (below the 'Add to cart' button) which results in a purchase, you'll get $10 credit added to your Neowin Deals store account.

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