HTML5 && MCSD

I was interested in keeping up my certifications with Microsoft and I am at a decision point.  I went to their new MCSD website here and cam to a decision point.  I could either get a MCSC in Web Applications using HTML5 or get a MCSD for Windows Store apps using C# and XAML.  Not sure what to pick, I hit Dice:

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or

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So I started with this:

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and in their  1st java script example:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
    <title>This is a test</title>
</head>
<body>
    <script>
        var drink = "Energy Drink";
        var lyrics = "";
        var cans = 99;

        while (cans > 0) {
            lyrics = lyrics + cans + " cans of " + drink + " on the wall <br>";
            lyrics = lyrics + cans + "cans of " + drink + "<br>";
            lyrics = lyrics + "Take one down, pass it around,<br>";

            if (cans > 1) {
                lyrics = lyrics + (cans - 1) + " cans of " + drink + " on the wall <br>";
            }
            else {
                lyrics = lyrics + "No more cans of " + drink + " on the wall <br>";
            }
            cans = cans - 1;
        }

        document.write(lyrics);
    </script>
</body>
</html>

I got

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So I hit up NuGet and I found:

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That still didn’t do the trick so I went to this site and realized I had to point my browser to HTML5

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But that still didn’t work.  I can get it to work in VS2010 like this:

<script type="text/javascript">

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But I want to remove the script type

So I hit up Twitter – still no luck.  I gave up.  I will have to chalk it up to VS2010 quirkiness.

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