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MS Official Curriculum Materials???

Postby jqpdev » Mon, 29 Dec 2003 02:51:39 GMT

Hello all,

I've signed up for the training classes.  For those of you who've already
taken the classes can you tell me what training materials (books, binders,
CD's, DVD's, etc.) is suppose to come with each course, an the dates of the
materials.

I have a box of materials for class 2310B and the readme on the CD says July
10, 2002.  It came with CD labeled "Course#2310B Trainer...Developing
Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications Using Visual Studio.NET".  It has a part
number on it as well but there is no microsoft logo on the top-side of the
CD.  It also says that it was manufacturered by Arvato Services, Inc. USA.
It also says Macromedia FLASH enabled and has the flash swirl logo.  It has
the typical blue bottom of a CDR versus an original CD coming from MS with a
silver bottom.

A second disc was also in the box.  It is a DVD.  On the top-side of the DVD
it has the Microsoft logo and it says Visual Studio.NET Professional Version
2002.  It also states that it is a 60-day trial use.  The text is white on
top of a pukey orange/brown visual studio background.  The DVD has a silver
bottom.

The box also came with two binders and a stack of 3-hole punched sheets of
paper that look like a series of powerpoint slide shows.  The binders have
the MOC logo and is a mix of white background with a blurred, blue image of
a hand over a keyboard.

Here is my classes list for MCSD:
-2310
-2389
-2124
-2555
-2557
-2710
-2073
-2524

Here are the tests I will be taking:
-315
-316
-320
-300
-229

Is anything out of place?

Looking forward to replies...  Thanks in advance.



MS Official Curriculum Materials???

Postby jqpdev » Mon, 29 Dec 2003 02:54:56 GMT

Hello all,

I've signed up for the training classes.  For those of you who've already
taken the classes can you tell me what training materials (books, binders,
CD's, DVD's, etc.) is suppose to come with each course, an the dates of the
materials.

I have a box of materials for class 2310B and the readme on the CD says July
10, 2002.  It came with CD labeled "Course#2310B Trainer...Developing
Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications Using Visual Studio.NET".  It has a part
number on it as well but there is no microsoft logo on the top-side of the
CD.  It also says that it was manufacturered by Arvato Services, Inc. USA.
It also says Macromedia FLASH enabled and has the flash swirl logo.  It has
the typical blue bottom of a CDR versus an original CD coming from MS with a
silver bottom.

A second disc was also in the box.  It is a DVD.  On the top-side of the DVD
it has the Microsoft logo and it says Visual Studio.NET Professional Version
2002.  It also states that it is a 60-day trial use.  The text is white on
top of a pukey orange/brown visual studio background.  The DVD has a silver
bottom.

The box also came with two binders and a stack of 3-hole punched sheets of
paper that look like a series of powerpoint slide shows.  The binders have
the MOC logo and is a mix of white background with a blurred, blue image of
a hand over a keyboard.

Here is my classes list for MCSD:
-2310
-2389
-2124
-2555
-2557
-2710
-2073
-2524

Here are the tests I will be taking:
-315
-316
-320
-300
-229

Is anything out of place?

Looking forward to replies...  Thanks in advance.



Re: MS Official Curriculum Materials???

Postby Eric » Wed, 31 Dec 2003 04:01:19 GMT

I haven't taken the classes, but I've heard that the classes alone
aren't enough to pass the tests.

The tests are weighted towards things you learn from experience. If you
have some experience in addition to the classes, this should be fine.

If you don't have much .NET experience, then maybe some study guides
will help you prepare for the tests.

Eric

Re: MS Official Curriculum Materials???

Postby Nischal » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 14:59:22 GMT

Hi,
            I request you to exchange electronic mateial of this exams as i am planning to take the same in next few months. Thanking in advance.I do have ebooks on C#,ASP.Net,UML and SE. which i can provide you. My id is :
< XXXX@XXXXX.COM >

Nischal Shah

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