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David Panagrosso (Ellington, CT) MCSD, MCT is a Senior Consultant with Linc Systems/Condor Technologies. He has extensive experience with Visual Basic, working with clients of Linc Systems to implement, update, and modify various systems. He has provided internal support and training for new employees as well as junior consultants, earning his MCT in 1999. Dave has also worked as a Senior Programmer/Analyst for Pratt & Whitney Aircraft. He has co-authored the following titles for Macmillan Computer Publishing: MCSD Training Guide: Visual Basic 5, TestPrep MCSD: Visual Basic 6, and MCSE TestPrep Windows 95. Lyle Bryant (Winnipeg, Manitoba) MCSD, MCT, MCP, CTT. Lyle has extensive knowledge and experience in technical training with his specialty being Microsoft development tools and technologies. He has a solid background in problem solving and troubleshooting various aspects of Engineer and Development based projects. He has acted as a team leader and coordinated many programs for various projects. Larry Chambers (Winnipeg, Ontario) MCSD, MCT is a Senior Infrastructure Specialist for EDS bluesphere - Canada, E.solutions, EDS. He has contributed to several certification books including MCSE Training Guide (70-216) Installing and Administering Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure from NRP, and a forthcoming title focused on the 70-218 exams, also from NRP.
This book is chalk full of errors. I am not at all convinced that anyone went back through and actually tried to reproduce the examples and assignments found in this book. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2003 by Christopher
This book is alright, but it does not take into consideration all OS's on which the code might be running (xp users beware on the globalization chapter) and some of the end of... Read morePublished on June 24 2003 by "mufon"
This is an excellent book to be used for your certification. It comes loaded with examples, exercises, exams, and plenty of explanations on the answers to the Self-tests on why... Read morePublished on March 7 2003 by Greg Knierim
It's obvious why this book was the first VB.NET book available. The book was obviously rushed, has many typos, pieces of code that doesn't work, and questions with wrong answers. Read morePublished on March 3 2003 by Aaron Engel
This book, compared to others on the topic, was the most complete preparation book for this exam (which I passed). Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2003 by Matthew D. Lavallee
Okay this book gave me lots of confidence. But that is only because it didn't cover a lot of involved topics which are required for 70-306. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2003 by HairyMidget
C'est un livre très intéressant qui m'a permit de décourvrir certaines facettes de visual basic. Read morePublished on Dec 1 2002 by Samuel Tremblay