From the very beginning, all MS Learning exams were delivered in C++ only. Later come C# and VB (.NET) and you were able to choose one of those three languages (for .NET related dev exams). Starting today, for all new exams, you'll be able to choose from only two languages- C# and VB.NET. The reason is 3 exams in C++, related of thousands in VB and C#. C++ development is still focusing mainly on native... Is it? You should not know C++ anymore? As for me, too pity... Almost no one of new developers knows C++ and it's too bad for us and even worth for whole industry!