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  • 1. Is (System/Application) Development has a good future in the next 10 years
    Hi I want to discuss this question with all the people on this group; do you think that the (developers) in general has a good future let's say on the next 10 years? I mean by the word good future Is the salary comparing to other IT fields. I mean is it worth to get (MCAD) and (MCSD) or shall we shift to security e.g.: getting (CISSP). Any one has static information about the demand on the C# and VB developers in (USA and Canada and Europe) from official job websites? Thanks
  • 2. Passed 70-306!!
    Hi everyone Just passed 70-306 this morning. Have to say it was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be (but I have been studying for 3 months!) I posted a topic asking whether people thought that the exam questions were easier or harder than those on the MS assessment site. No-one bothered to give me an answer but now I know myself - the exam is easier! I am a VB6 programmer so I knew a little of what to expect from .NET but I still used SAMS VB.NET in 21 days to start me off, then Mike Gunderloys book, the MS self paced training kit and MSDN. Oh yeah, there were 38 questions and I scored 925. Just ordered my next book from Amazon for 70-229 (Thomas Moore) which I'm going to do next. I feel great to now be an MCP but my target is to be an MCAD by the end of the year - time to get some more studying done!
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Help me

Postby QW5pdGhh » Thu, 11 May 2006 21:03:01 GMT

Hi,

 I am planning to do MCAD.Can anyone help me in this.I want to know how many 
questions will be there in first exam(VB.Net).Negative mark is ther?What are 
the books i have to read.Other than this any tips .

My Email Id :  XXXX@XXXXX.COM 


 Thanks
Anitha

Re: Help me

Postby » Thu, 11 May 2006 21:45:18 GMT





Deer Anitha,

   Perhaps you should request help to be posted HERE instead of being 
privately e-mailed to you.  That way, when hundreds more like yourself come 
to this newsgroup in the future, seeking the EXACT SAME INFORMATION they 
might actually READ some of the posts in this group, and determine from the 
HUNDREDS OF IDENTICAL ANSWERS the information of which they seek?

Nah...

Hope you enjoy the SPAM, though.



Re: Help me

Postby Cerebrus » Thu, 11 May 2006 22:00:24 GMT

LOL, Frisbee...

But isn't that wishful thinking !! I can bet that the hundreds of
people who ask THIS VERY QUESTION will NOT bother to read ANY of the
posts having IDENTICAL answers.

They will not ever bother to read (I think it's called Lurking) first,
and then ask. They will keep on asking the SAME questions over and over
again, and helpful people like us will keep answering the SAME
questions over and over again... till eternity.

But I wish it wasn't so... :-(


Re: Help me

Postby Simon Hart » Sat, 13 May 2006 03:08:11 GMT

What I never understand is, why is it so important how many questions there 
are? You either know the content or you don't!

Simon.








Re: Help me

Postby Cerebrus » Sat, 13 May 2006 15:45:57 GMT

>> how many questions there are?

Could you elaborate, Simon ? Did you read the complete thread ?


Re: Help me

Postby Arsalan » Wed, 17 May 2006 04:23:15 GMT

I took the 70-305 exam on 29th Last month.

I recieved 43 questions, duration was 150mins, no minus mark, and pass % was
70% [i.e 700 out of 1000]. And every question carries different mark.








Re: Help me

Postby Simon Hart » Fri, 19 May 2006 22:51:59 GMT

What I mean is, we get lots of people wanting to know how many questions 
there are. Why is this important.

Simon.








Re: Help me

Postby Cerebrus » Sat, 20 May 2006 02:34:56 GMT

Hi Simon,

Good to see ya !

Well, I guess it is because they want to mentally prepare themselves.
If they know that time is not going to be a constraint, then they can
comfortably take their time on each question. If however, time is
short, then it automatically makes the test more difficult, since you
don't have the luxury to dilly-dally on choosing an answer.

BTW, howz your MCSD prep. going ? How many exams left ?

Regards,

Cerebrus.


Re: Help me

Postby Simon Hart » Mon, 22 May 2006 22:44:50 GMT

Good to see you Cerebrus!

Not too bad, kind of been bogged down in projects over the last month or so, 
so had little time to prepare for MCSD. But I have 2 exams left, I plan to 
take 70-300 probebly if not this week, next week.
I am currently reading Enterprise Development with Visual Studio .NET, UML 
and MSF by apress. It's a good book, but some of the examples are not clear 
when using Visio etc. But worth the read and I have learned alot from it.

I plan to finish with the TS BizTalk 06 exam as this is a must have skill in 
Enterprise Development today which I currently don't have.

Regards
Simon.









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