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Sandman38
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« on: March 10, 2004, 01:59:22 PM »

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Listen could you please help.  I just picked up my A+ and Network+ certifications.  Unfortunately, I need to make my mind up about reading material.  I am leaning more twards the MSCE certification as it sounds more interesting and in demand.  At the moment I have been thinking about gettig one of:  Recommendations?

MCSE Windows 2003 Certification Kit by James Chellis
Publisher: Sybex; Package edition
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MCSE Windows Server 2003 Boxed Set Study Guide & DVD Training System
by Syngress Publishing
Publisher: Syngress; Boxed edition

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MCSA Windows 2003 Core Requirements (70-270, 70-290, 70-291)
by Lisa Donald
Publisher: Sybex; Study Guide edition
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MCSA Windows Server 2003 Boxed Set Study Guide and DVD Training System
by Syngress Publishing
Publisher: Syngress

Thank you for your time I hope to here from you all soon?

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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2004, 12:34:07 PM »

hi i am italian i write in english for my fisrt post sorry but i have few word in my english...
avrei parecchie domande da farvi sul percorso mcsa...
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« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2004, 03:11:02 AM »

Ciao, mi chiamo Luis, che lei cercano il tipo di informazioni?
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« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2004, 01:51:49 AM »

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Hello

Listen could you please help.  I just picked up my A+ and Network+ certifications.  Unfortunately, I need to make my mind up about reading material.  I am leaning more twards the MSCE certification as it sounds more interesting and in demand.  At the moment I have been thinking about gettig one of:  Recommendations?

MCSE Windows 2003 Certification Kit by James Chellis
Publisher: Sybex; Package edition
-or-
MCSE Windows Server 2003 Boxed Set Study Guide & DVD Training System
by Syngress Publishing
Publisher: Syngress; Boxed edition

============

MCSA Windows 2003 Core Requirements (70-270, 70-290, 70-291)
by Lisa Donald
Publisher: Sybex; Study Guide edition
-or-
MCSA Windows Server 2003 Boxed Set Study Guide and DVD Training System
by Syngress Publishing
Publisher: Syngress

Thank you for your time I hope to here from you all soon?

K


Congrats on the pass!

Before diving into buying books for the MCSE, what are your goals?  Your interests?  Are you currently working in a position that requires certification or do you have a position that requires certification for promotion or continued employement?

There isn't as much demand for an MCSE as one may think.  There are many MCSE with real skills available in the market currently, so earning your MCSE without a job already lined up may be a waste of money.

If you still wish to pursue the MCSE - Go For IT!!!  A person is typically more valuable with skills than with a piece of paper saying they know something.  There are many tests ahead of you if this is your goal.  A C0llege Degre e may prove more valuable than a certificate.

Take your time, learn what you enjoy working with before investing the time in money into a certification track.

I have always enjoyed Sybex books, but my lab is more valuable for really learning how to break and fix things Wink
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