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Hi experts,
Here, in this topic "Introducing the ASP.NET beta with Whidbey - level 100", what the term/keyword "level-100/200/300..." says. It hits me a lot. Pls explain me!!.

Tq. in advance.
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100 - Intro
200 - Intermediate
300 - Advanced
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oh..this much.!!!? If anything hidden more than this also..pls tell me.
Thanks for ur ans.

Laks.R
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Hi emoreau,

I am seeing "LEVEL 400" also...., what it says?. Pls la..if u know let me know the complete "LEVELS".

Tq.
Regards
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I never saw level 400. Can you tell me where you saw this?
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Pls dont mistaken me..!

And visit the Jeffrey Palermo's RSS Feed page
http://dotnetjunkies.com/WebLog/jpalermo/archive/2004/08/18/22491.aspx

Tq. for ur response.

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I tought from the beginning you were talking about MSDN events which are graded with level 100 to 300 which I just gave you the meaning.

For the blog you are talking about, you should ask the authors of blogs!
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thanx emoreau,

i got the ans,

Support WebCast Level Descriptions
To ensure that participants get the most out of each Support WebCast, the technical level of the presentation has been included. Classification has been done in accordance with the classic undergraduate class model and the description of each level is listed below.

100 level: Is an introduction to the topic or overview. The 100-level Support WebCast assumes little or no expertise with the topic being covered.

200 level: Assumes 100-level knowledge and a fairly complete understanding of the features. The 200-level Support WebCasts may discuss case studies that cover a breadth of common scenarios or explain how to use more advanced features.

300 level: Assumes 200-level knowledge and an in-depth understanding of product features in a real-world environment. The 300-level Support WebCasts may go into unusual case studies that illustrate specific aspects of the product that are key to improving performance or interoperability.

400 level: Assumes the deepest level of technical knowledge we expect a customer to have. The 400-level Support WebCasts are essentially expert-to-expert sessions. The content provides the means for customers to push products to maximum performance, achieve the broadest possible interoperability, and create applications using even the most advanced features
 

from the url : http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=%2fservicedesks%2fwebcasts%2flevels.asp
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