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70-306 Books

Postby Ricar » Fri, 29 Oct 2004 23:03:21 GMT

I'm new to VB .NET (although I'm quite provicient at 
VBScript) and would like some help finding the best book 
to teach the subject and to pass the 70-306 exam. I have 
done other MCPs and know that the Microsoft Press books 
can be a little dull and unhelpful, to say the least. Are 
there any decent alternatives? e.g. SAMS teach yourself 
in 21 Days. 

Any help very much appreciated

Ricar

70-306 Books

Postby anonymous » Sat, 30 Oct 2004 00:56:12 GMT

The BEST book for Vb.NEt track wud be Gunderloy's book 
from Que Publications!!

No matter whtever u decide to buy, DO NOT BUY MICROSOFT 
PRESS BOOKS unless u can't find any worst way of throwing 
your money!!

Good Luck 2 u =:)

Are 

70-306 Books

Postby anonymous » Sat, 30 Oct 2004 03:36:17 GMT

point of worry about this Que book which I have as well.

The test questions on the CD seem radically different 
then the test questions within the book. Not to mention 
asking questions of material not really in this book. 

Not suggesting the book is bad but wondering if I need to 
get a straight VB.Net programming book as well.

I am thinking of a strickly ADO.NET book also 

throwing 
book 
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