Still trying to take the flippin' 70-300 exam. Same problem as yesterday. In the mean time, I'll be productive. You see, normally I'd just go to espn.com and read some articles. But I can't make it to espn.com without having to see a big freakin' picture about U of L falling apart at the end of the season. Hopefully Rick gets the boat righted before the NCAA (if we make it of course). So today I'll try to make some sense out of the ghetto CSV file that I have our course schedule data was set in.
I have no idea how to prepare for the 70-100/70-300 exam. They are basically you know it or you don't exams. You have to know some different technologies and database design, but besides that they are mostly just architecture type problems. Reading Comprehension 101 is what I call it. If you are looking to study for this, Tim has some exam links for it up on his site. You might also want to check out what he has to say about the case study style of testing too. These are all tips I've developed on my own, and they do work. I've been told that you no longer get paper, just their crappy wipe off sheets. What a load of bull, but I guess that will keep asshats from writing the exam questions down on a piece of paper and stuffing it in their pockets or something.
Links from Microsoft:
Case Study test demo
FAQ on Case Study Questions