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new to programming

Postby anonymous » Sat, 03 Apr 2004 17:54:46 GMT

hi saurabh
can u provide me this books that u have covered for the 
because i am also new to the programming. i am doing mca 
prsently in sixth semester.
do u have the soft copy or the hardcopy of these books.

new to programming

Postby anonymous » Sat, 03 Apr 2004 23:14:18 GMT


I'm also working on achieving my MCAD. In your boat,no 
working experience... But I'm always question would I be 
able to appear for the exam without  real work experience. 
What is your advice on that? As someelse has asked, What 
Material did you use?

Thanks in advance.


Re: new to programming

Postby Don Fouse » Mon, 05 Apr 2004 02:55:42 GMT

NC - If I may chime in here perhaps if you can afford it just go and take
the test when you feel you have covered the material.  I have a friend whose
brother kicked him out to take the test after only 4 to 6 weeks of study and
he passed.  It helps with your confidence and shows what areas you need to
work on.


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