Quote:> Any other suggestion? Books?
Unfortunately, the book that I used (The MS Press Training Kit) was also
error-infested. If I would have relied on this book + the Transcender, I
would have failed this exam. The only reason that I passed was that I have a
lot of experience with VC++ -- so I was able to scan Microsoft's exam
objectives (which you can find on their site), and reference MSDN when I had
questions. If you have experience with VC++, this approach will probably
work for you as well. If you have little product experience, you'll have to
buy a good MFC book like "Professional MFC", a good COM book (like "Inside
COM"), and a good ATL book (like "Beginning ATL COM")...
Now that I read your original message again I see that you've got 2 yrs
of experience so you should be in good shape. In addition to the skills you
listed, you will also need to understand Microsoft Message Queue Service.
What was 70-100 like? Was it hard?