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  • 1. previous questions in exam 70-316.
    is there any availability of getting the previous questions in exam 70-316. plz suggest ur ideas. thnks dileep
  • 2. e-learning courses for exam 70-536
    I am considering using Microsoft's e-learning courses to prepare for exam 70-536. Considering the amount of money involved, are these course generally considered to be worthwhile? Will I need to study other resources to pass the test or are these courses comprehensive enough on their own?
  • 3. exam 70-536 book
    Can anyone recommend any good books or learning material to help me study for the exam? Any books/resources other then MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-536): Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Application Development Foundation. From what I've read so far here on this and amazon, and borders.com and even talking to some that purchased this, its pretty much a waiste of money. So what other resources out there can I use to study?
  • 4. Suggestion Required!
    I passed my 70-315 exam yesterday. I also have cleared 70-316 couple of months back. As now there are new series of MS exams out and I have the following choice. Could you recommend which one should I go for. I'm more diverted towards SQL Server 2005 or BizTalk Server 2006. 70-431: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 - Implementation and Maintenence 70-536 Microsoft .net Framework 2.0 Application Development Foundation 70-551 Upgrade: MCAD skills to MCPD Web Developer by using Microsoft .net framework 70-552 Upgrade: MCAD skills to MCPD Windows Developer by using Microsoft .net framework 70-553 Upgrade: MCSD Microsoft .net skills to MCPD Enterprise Application Developer by using the Microsoft .net framework Part 1 70-235: Developing Business Process and Integration solutions using Mirosoft BizTalk Server 2006

MS Press 70-306 Book

Postby Poorman » Mon, 17 Jan 2005 15:55:04 GMT

Hi all professional:

After I study whole book of MS-Press MCAD 70-306, then I 
doing the practice exam. I found that many things is not 
cover in the book!!!!!

I am very disappointed about this "MS Press MCAD 70-306" 
book! It only can help me to ask 30% exam question! But 
the exam need 70% to pass! That mean I am absolutly fail 
in exam! That waste me about 3 month to study and 
memorize the things!!!!!

Then I searching in internet I found 2 book, 

-----------------------------------------------------
MCAD Developing and Implementing Windows-based 
Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and 
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Exam Cram 2 (Exam Cram 70-
306) 
By Kalani Kirk Hausman 
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MCAD/MCSD Training Guide (70-306): Developing and 
Implementing Windows-Based Applications with Visual 
Basic.NET and Visual Studio.NET 
By Mike Gunderloy
-----------------------------------------------------

Can anyone suggest which book is better? And also is this 
better than "MS press 70-306" book?

MS Press 70-306 Book

Postby anonymous » Tue, 18 Jan 2005 13:02:57 GMT

I use McGrawHill Press's exam guide with MSDN documents 
that these documents are recommended by my assessment on 
Microsoft learning website and I will take the 70-306 
exam at the end of Jan. i think these references are 
enough for me to study.




MS Press 70-306 Book

Postby Poorman » Tue, 18 Jan 2005 22:52:14 GMT

Can you tell me what is your book name?


MS Press 70-306 Book

Postby Tom » Sat, 22 Jan 2005 19:12:06 GMT

Hi 

I am working with the book from Kirk Hausman.
For me it is very good. not to much details. 
But i must also say, i work a lot with vb.net
so i don't want to study to many basics

good luck


MS Press 70-306 Book

Postby Serge calderara » Sun, 23 Jan 2005 01:38:03 GMT

Hi,

I am also preparaing my exam for 70-306.
How did you organise you self to cover all requirements, 
especially on topics because if you need to understand you 
need to create a real application and be able to deploy it 
in different scnenario.

I will be interesting to know how you organise your work 
that will help me too 

thnaks regards
serge



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