It seems like the books with an accompanying disc or discount on the exam
itself are, unsurprisingly, Windows centric.
I was looking at sites like:
Probably I could run their videos under wine, or, maybe not. While I'm
aware of free sites, I was just wondering if anyone had specific insight
into preparing for the exam.
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- Re: Question on which books to study with?
... I have found the Microsoft Curriculum excellent for the test objectives, and you may have luch there. ... Using the books to study the material where I was weak. ... > about shadow copies and dymanic disks, which may not even be on the> exam. ... >>> I've read bad opinions about the microsoft self paced training kit ...
- Re: Just passed 70-320 - and here is my feedback
... i previously took the c# web apps one, ... the books and not doing any practical devleopment work .. ... my method for passing this exam was ... and didnt have a proper strategy first time through) ...
- Re: Classroom vs Self Study
... your home lab. ... Most of the exam books have work along labs. ... excellent job of teaching you Windows 2003. ...
- Re: Good book for 70-300
... should read them after completing Main books, ... exam as they contain important points/topics in a condensed manner. ... Right now I'm reading Enterprise Development with Visual Studio .NET, UML, ...
- Re: theoretical PPL material
... >>I'm looking to get the PPL coursework. ... What is the cheapest I can get>>it for, or is anybody trying to get rid of second hand? ... > The Trevor Thom books are probably the standard thing to get; the CAA> exam material uses terminology which is based on the way these books> are written - or vice versa; it doesn't really matter but a lot of the> stuff is playing with words so you need the "right" study material. ...