Thank you for the info. I will buy the first two books. Are you saying the
MS Exam Book for 310/320 is still required to cover all topics? I have
passed the 305,306,315,316 tests already so I should have mastered ado.net
and .net security.
"Dave Girvitz" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> .Net Remoting by Ingo Rammer (this version is in C# and he also has one in
> VB). (Especially the first 1/2. The second half is advanced topics not
> covered on the exam).
> .Net XML Web Services Step by Step from MSPress.
> Remoting and Web Services are the Server Components that you have to know.
> Also, go back to the MSPress Exam book again. The 3 of them will get you
> through most of the exam. You will also require one good reference on
> ADO.Net (about 33% of the questions on my exam were ADO related). If you
> can, also find something on Role Based Security in the .Net Framework
> access security is also nice, but I think I only had 1 or 2 questions on
> it). Something about Com Components and .Net also would not hurt.
> Hope this helps,
> "Vu Dang" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> > Hi,
> > Can anyone who has passed either 310 and 320 recommend on a good book to
> > study for these exams. I know of MSDN and use that extensively but I
> > like to have a book. I used the Microsoft training books for 305, 306,
> > and 316 but have read a lot of negative reviews about MS training book
> > 310 and 320. Thanks.
> > Sincerely,
> > Vu Dang