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  • 1. mcad preparation
    i m preparaing mcad 70-316 which is of c#(console+windows application) from wrox but it does not provide me practical knowledge abaut tha exam can any body tell me any site or book that hv some model question realted to it
  • 2. Starting with MCAD studies
    hi all, i have completed B.E. in computer science from mumbai university with 79% in 2007 currently working with leading IT company on COBOL platform but i strogly feel like switching the platform and join the mainstream but I am comfused between MCAD and SCJP ( basically between SUN technologies and MS technologies). Can any one please guide me through this. Which is most renown is market ?? Is it possible to complere MCAD within 6 months ?? can anyone share basic knowledge of MCAD with me ??
  • 3. please help me out
    hi this id sapna joshi... can any1 tell me which certification is better for me? actually i m doing GNIIT course...so i m planing to give ASP.NET certification... my frnd told me to give MCTS certi.i m totally confused ...should i give c#.net certi or asp.net certi in MCAD or MCTS..please tell me nd if anybody have dumps of these exams thn can u forward thm to me....plz help me out..it will be a gr8 help from ur side. regards SAPNA JOSHI email id: XXXX@XXXXX.COM

MCAD Books

Postby Mike c » Tue, 12 Oct 2004 22:17:53 GMT

Hi Guys,

Just wondering what people thought of the differing books 
that are on the market for the MCAD exams. Planning to 
start the MCAD Cert. with Exam 70-305 (as thats were most 
of my experience lies, 3 yrs), but looking for a good 
book to guide me.

Microsoft, via the MCAD site push the MCAD/MCSD Self-
Paced Training Kit: Developing Web Applications with 
MicrosoftVisual Basic.NET and Microsoft Visual 
C#.NET, Second Edition by Jeff Webb. Has anyone had any 
exparience with this book, is it any good?

I've seen other posts which recomend the books by Mike 
Gunderloy, is there a general consensus towards his 
reading material (it seems to be cheaper)?

RE: MCAD Books

Postby UmFqYQ » Wed, 13 Oct 2004 14:39:11 GMT

It's not that Mike's books are cheaper, but it's the content and quality that 
makes it stand out from the others. Actually I believe Mike's books would 
work out costlier since you need to buy 3 separate books for the MCAD exam as 
compared to one big hulkin' MCAD self-paced training kit.

The Amazon links for Mike's book are as below.
70-305 :  http://www.**--****.com/ 
70-306 :  http://www.**--****.com/ 
70-310 :  http://www.**--****.com/ 
Errata :  http://www.**--****.com/ 

- Raja.





Re: MCAD Books

Postby Frank Mamone » Thu, 14 Oct 2004 03:51:16 GMT

I personally do not like the style of the MS Training Kit. I think they are 
aimed at people who have many years of experience and seeking certification.

I find the Que Certification series is much better in the sense the format 
is good for actually learning the material and at the same time to serve as 
an excellent preparation guide for the exams.

But that's just my opinion.

- Frank






Hi Guys,

Just wondering what people thought of the differing books
that are on the market for the MCAD exams. Planning to
start the MCAD Cert. with Exam 70-305 (as thats were most
of my experience lies, 3 yrs), but looking for a good
book to guide me.

Microsoft, via the MCAD site push the MCAD/MCSD Self-
Paced Training Kit: Developing Web Applications with
MicrosoftVisual Basic.NET and Microsoft Visual
C#.NET, Second Edition by Jeff Webb. Has anyone had any
exparience with this book, is it any good?

I've seen other posts which recomend the books by Mike
Gunderloy, is there a general consensus towards his
reading material (it seems to be cheaper)? 



Re: MCAD Books

Postby Helen Hunt » Fri, 15 Oct 2004 13:03:58 GMT

I used both the Microsoft book by Jeff Webb and Kalani's 
ExamCram2 book.  Webb's book read well but Kalani's 
coverage was far superior.  There was plenty of stuff in 
the exam which Webb didn't even mention.  However, the 
stuff which Webb did have had better examples and 
explanations than Kalani.  Sometimes the 'cram!' nature 
of Kalani's books is a little disheartening; I want to be 
learning along the way!

I guess if you follow every single 'read more here' link 
from Webb's book (which probably translates into "Read 
the MSDN library"!) you'd eventually cover all the 
material, but I found Kalani's book covered the gaps I 
had after more than a year's real experience with .NET 
and was excellent exam prep.

Helen.

Kit. I think they are 
seeking certification.
the sense the format 
same time to serve as 
message 


>MicrosoftVisual Basic.NET and Microsoft Visual>
>C#.NET, Second Edition by Jeff Webb. Has anyone had an>
>exparience with this book, is it any good>
>I've seen other posts which recomend the books by Mik>
>Gunderloy, is there a general consensus towards hi>
>reading material (it seems to be cheaper)?>
>>

MCAD Books

Postby algreen_mail@yahoo.it » Sat, 16 Oct 2004 00:28:14 GMT

I got the ms stuff and is really bad (amaxon comments 
too). Then bought the gunderrlay book. Hoping well.
>MicrosoftVisual Basic.NET and Microsoft Visual >
>C#.NET, Second Edition by Jeff Webb. Has anyone had any>
>exparience with this book, is it any good>
>I've seen other posts which recomend the books by Mike>
>Gunderloy, is there a general consensus towards his>
>reading material (it seems to be cheaper)>
>>

MCAD books

Postby Cornell » Fri, 01 Apr 2005 13:51:53 GMT

I have been developing with VB.NET for a while now, I am 
getting ready to prepare for the MCAD certification. I 
need some help deciding which material to study with. I 
am going to take 70-306, 70-316, 70-229. Can anyone 
please help?

Thanks

Re: MCAD books

Postby Sudar » Fri, 01 Apr 2005 14:38:41 GMT

hi cornell,

i would suggest Microsoft self-paced books for you. Since you already
have some experience using VB.NET it would be really easy for you to
follow the book and more than that it covers all the exam objectives.
Best wishes for your preparation....





Re: MCAD books

Postby Joseph MCAD » Fri, 01 Apr 2005 23:13:37 GMT

 
  March 31, 2005

    You will NOT get the MCAD if you take those exams. 70-
306 and 70-316 are the same exams, but just in another 
language. You do not get credit if you take the same exam 
in two languages. You Must take 70-310 whether you want 
to or not. It is the other requirement. If you mistakenly 
put this but you meant 70-306, 70-315, 70-229, you still 
will not acheive your goal. You must take 70-310. You can 
look at: microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcad/requirements.asp 
and then be sure to read the small print at the bottom of 
the elective section. Wish you luck!


                                      Joseph MCAD



Re: MCAD books

Postby anonymous » Sat, 02 Apr 2005 08:33:41 GMT

Hwy man thanks for the information...

70-
exam 
mistakenly 
can 
microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcad/requirements.asp 
of 
am 

Re: MCAD books

Postby Sudar » Sat, 02 Apr 2005 20:33:59 GMT

Hats off joseph. You have eagle's eyes buddy. I totally overlooked
that. You are correct Joseph



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