General Advice: Don't take 70-229


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General Advice: Don't take 70-229

Postby RGF2aWQ » Sun, 11 Sep 2005 00:24:11 GMT

Stick with the Web and Windows exams, 70-229 is difficult in the sense that 
you have to memorize entirely new syntax, terminalogy, methodology.  

Alot of the information you have to know would be good for a DBA but less 
useful for a developer.  The exent of SQL i anticipate having to know on the 
job involves stored procedures, not triggers, cursors, user defined fuctions, 
etc...  Alot of that can be replicated through a web front end.  Just my 
humble opinion, feel free to disagree =)

However, the one advantage to taking this test is that you are 1/2 way to an 
MCDBA if you also pass one the Web or windows core exams.  

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