MCSD Visual BASIC 6 desktop exam cram

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Coriolis Group Books, Mar 5, 1999 - Computers - 427 pages
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Prepares reader to develop desktop applications with Microsoft VB6 and to pass the new MCSD exam #70-176.Covers these key skill areas: deriving the physical design, creating user services, creating and managing COM components, creating data services, testing the solution, deploying the application, and maintaining and supporting the application.Provides exclusive tear-out Cram Sheet with tips, acronyms, and memory joggers (mnemonics) to improve recall immediately before the exam.Written by the author of the popular "MCSD Visual Basic 5 Exam Cram," Michael MacDonald. The exam upon which his book is based will continue as an elective for the new track.Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) exam, Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0, is one of two desktop application development exams that every candidate on the revamped MCSD track will have to pass.This exam is also recommended as an elective for candidates on the old track because this exam will satisfy a core requirement when transitioning to the new track.Employer demand will increase dramatically for this new product-focused MCSD credential, which maps to current job-role skills.The book serves as a perfect complement to all study guides for exam #70-176, Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0--especially for the Exam Prep.Guaranteed long shelf life due to the fact that this new Fall 1998 exam will be viable for 1 to 2 years.

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Microsoft Certification Exams Chapter 2 Visual Basic Data Types Chapter 3 Application Components Chapter 4 Interacting With The User Chapter 5 ...
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MacDonald has been a computer professional for almost 20 years.