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MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-432): Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 Implementation and Maintenance: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 - Implementation and Maintenance Book/CD Package (PRO-Certification) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 18. Februar 2009


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  • Taschenbuch: 900 Seiten
  • Verlag: Microsoft Press; Auflage: 1 Har/Cdr (18. Februar 2009)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 9780735626058
  • ISBN-13: 978-0735626058
  • ASIN: 0735626057
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,8 x 3,6 x 22,4 cm
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Mike Hotek is a SQL Server' expert with three decades' experience as a consultant and solution developer. He has written several books, including Microsoft' SQL Server' 2008 Step by Step.

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11 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Dmytro Gerasymchuk am 19. Mai 2009
Format: Taschenbuch
Ich bin von diesem Buch sehr enttäuscht. Obwohl das Copyright - Jahr auf 2009 steht, hat der Author das Buch wohl am Anfang 2008 geschrieben und dabei massiv irgendwelche Betas und CTPs von SQL Server 2008 verwendet.

Dadurch gibt es sehr viele gravierende Fehler und Unstimmigkeiten, angefangen von den ersten Seiten: z. B. absolut nicht stimmende "Supported Features" (die mich gleich stützig gemacht hatten z. B. in dem Bereich "Multiple Instance Support" und ich habe das Ganze noch Mal mit MS - Seite verglichen: [...]

Weiter beschreibt der Author (oder sogar versucht, in den Abschlussfragen zu den Lessons zu suggestieren), dass bestimmte SPs (wie sp_filestream_configure) verwendet werden sollen, dabei sind eben diese SPs in der Release von SQL Server 2008 gar nicht mehr enthalten und die Konfiguration soll eben durch sp_configure gemacht werden.

Kurzgefasst: Schlamperei! Ich als MCDBA und MCTS + MCITP mit meinem ganzen Wissen kann vielleicht dieses Buch doch noch verwenden, da ich alle Fehler fast gleich entdecken kann (bis jetzt jedenfalls :o), aber ein Einsteiger wird in die Irre geführt!
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5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Alexander Brömmelsiek am 7. Oktober 2010
Format: Taschenbuch
Nachdem ich schon die Bücher für den MCITP EA Track durchgearbeitet hatte, bin ich ja schon einiges gewohnt.
Beim 70-647 war so viel Kram drin, der völlig irrelevant für die Prüfung war - aber gut, ist ja für den Horizont nicht schlecht.

Aber dieses Buch ist die absolute Krönung. Nachdem ich den extrem langen Korrektur-Artikel im Technet durchgearbeitet hatte, um die zahllosen bekannten Fehler im Buch vorab zu korrigieren, habe ich mich dann ans Lesen gemacht.
Kurzum: Eine Katastrophe!
Der Author hat am Anfang die Kapitel auf völlig falschen Daten aufgebaut. (Thema System Requirements)
Nachdem man auf Basis des Korektur Artikels im Technet quasi das komplette Kapitel 1+2 gestrichen hat, ist man schon mal bedient. Aber auch die Prüfungsfragen sind entweder falsch oder greifen in ihren Antworten auf Lösungsteile zurück, die erst 2 Kapitel später kommen.
Ich hatte Englisch LK und bin daher eigentlich schon recht sattelfest was Englisch angeht. Aber in dem Buch werden massig ungebräuchliche Wörter verwendet. Zudem werden viele Schlangensätzen genutzt, in denen dann auf ein Mal noch das Verb oder etwas anderes fehlt.

Ich meine - SQL Server ist schon komplex genug. Da ist es doch eigentlich nicht zu viel verlangt, wenigstens nicht noch gegen grammatikalische und inhaltliche Fehler zu kämpfen. Und bei einem komplexen Thema muss der Satz auch nicht über 6 Zeilen gehen!!!

So, jetzt hab ich mir den Frust von der Seele geschrieben, weiter gehts im Buch *g*
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68 von 71 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Far Inferior to SQL 2005 70-431 Equivalent Text 20. März 2009
Von Clyde LeBonz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Microsoft Training Kit text for SQL Server 2005 exam 70-431 (for which Hotek was a contributor, but not primary author) is one of the best technical books I have ever come across. I have read every page at least twice, some sections several times. It covers a wealth of complex material in an organized, well-written manner. I hoped the SQL 2008 version would be an update of the SQL 2005 text, adding coverage for new or updated SQL 2008 features.

Alas, the SQL 2008 edition has been completely rewritten, with Hotek as the only author. I have read the first 100 pages and intend to read the entire text, but am not happy. The content is poorly organized, poorly edited and flat-out incorrect on some important points. (Errors regarding multiple instances were commented on by earlier reviewers. This error was not just stated once, but was repeated.) In more than one end-of-section mini-quiz, the questions are for material not covered in that section.

Hotek claims, more than once, to have worked on "millions of databases". Huh? If he worked on a different database every hour, and worked a ten-hour day for 300 days per year, that would total out to 30,000 databases a year, or 300,000 over ten years. Mike would have to have worked over thirty years to get close to his first million databases!

That said, Hotek is a really smart guy, with tons of SQL Server experience. His contributions to the SQL 2005 text were interesting and useful. Unfortunately, his expertise does not translate to authorship of books like this, and he has been poorly served by his technical editors (if there were any) at Microsoft Press.

NOTE: I submitted the above two-star review on March 19, 2009. I subsequently completed the entire book, some sections more than once, but found no reason to upgrade the rating, either for content or editing. Most of the questions on the Transcender practice exam cannot be answered using Hotek's book. My advice to those prepping for the 70-432 exam is to use the excellent text for the 70-431 exam, augmented by study of new SQL 2008 features like filestreaming and policies. Good luck!
33 von 36 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
This book is better than they say!!! 9. August 2009
Von Tim Sutton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I must say I was concerned about this book given the other comments - the only value appeared to be in the CD with the practice exams (the other recommended book "The Real MCTS SQL Server 2008 Exam 70-432" does not include practice exams). So I went ahead and purchased both books - "The Real MCTS..." for studying and this book for the Practice Exams.

What I discovered is that "The Real MCTS..." does not go into enough depth in a number of areas. Reading through the book and doing the exercises left me inadequately prepared. Running through the practice exams showed that I still had quite a bit to learn in some of the new/enhanced technologies (certificates/encryption, mirroring, partitioning). I have started going back to Mike Hotek's book - and have found (to my surprise given the negative comments) the information, explanations & exercises a great sight better than in The Real MCTS book.

Do not let the other reviews put you off. Even with the mistakes this book is way more worthwhile than it is made out to be.
13 von 13 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Thin on actual content 27. Mai 2009
Von R. Lockhart - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Exam candidates using this book will quickly find it suffers from actual lack of technical content. Mike Hotek would have been better of spending less time talking about his experience and conquests over problems and more time giving actual examples of T-SQL that you can use against your own data. Also the sample questions do not cover nearly enough breadth of the chapter content, you get 1 or 2 summary questions per section, when there are lots of examinable facts just glossed over in the text. If you want to be able to wrote learn stuff its a very poor resource. You have to take the book and then get resources of the web, and real exams in order to fill up on the required content. Not recommended.
19 von 21 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
The Book is only as good as the reader 10. August 2010
Von Bradley T. Ball - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I want to start out by identifying myself. I'm a SQL DBA I've got around 8 years of experience, I've got my MCITP for SQL 2005 for Database Administration. So I've read the 70-431 book cover to cover and I can understand some of the criticism of this book, but will address that later.

I bought this book to train for the 70-431 test, I didn't upgrade my cert but choose to take 70-431 & 70-450. Now I studied the book like crazy, I made flash cards, I used the CD in the back of the book, but I did not rely on it. Anything that I felt was not flushed out as well as I liked I would study on MSDN, or great blogs like Paul Randal's. I read several white papers, and was able to use a lot of the knowledge in the work place, which re-enforced my studies..... And I passed the Cert test. Mike's knowledge of SQL Server is great, but there are a lot of sections where Deep Dives will reveal more detail and may even contradict what is written. But bottom line if you study the book, the concepts, and the practices, and know them inside and out then this book is enough to prep you for the exam.

If you want to be a SQL Rockstar, (Google Brent Ozar and SQL Rockstar and read his article), then this is a beginning and you have a lot more work to do. But that goes with a lot of things in life, if all you are willing to do is crack open this book, study it's questions, and do nothing more to prepare for this exam then you are missing a lot of SQL Server Knowledge and while you *might* pass the test you will be a so/so DBA, then that is your choice.

But Dear Reader it is up to you to get that knowledge and Mike does a great job of providing you a diving board to spring from. The question remains, how far do you want to go as a SQL DBA and how hard are you willing to chase it? A book is a book. The reader determines what is achieved with the knowledge they derive from the book.

IN COMPARISON TO 70-431

There is a review that states that this book is far inferior to the 70-431 book. And I would agree.

I would, however, like to point out that Microsoft has tried to specify the SCOPE of DBA training. Whereas 70-431 had to address DBA, Database Developer, and BI (until BI was later split out on it's own path), 70-432 only covers DBA items, and the scope of the exam is also narrowed.

So is 70-431 a better more inclusive book? Yes, but it should be.

It is like saying the Star Wars Trilogy is a more complete story than just Empire Strikes Back.

Yes it should be it is 3 movies not 1.

And yes 70-431 should be, it was meant to cover 3 subjects not 1 (even thoug it was weak on BI which is why they split it out).

This is a very Good book, and I recommend it to anyone who is studying to take the 70-432 exam.

Let's see, (pull's out check list)
Fan boy mentions of Paul Randal and Brent Ozar.....Check
Find a way to bring Star Wars into the conversation....Check

well I think that covers it I hope this review helps you decide if you will buy the book or not.
9 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Solid test engine, but book needs editing 13. Mai 2009
Von amcnow - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
As previous reviewers have already pointed out, there are a plethora of inaccuracies with the SQL Server 2008 edition comparisons in Chapter 1. For this, I'd suggest referencing Microsoft's edition comparison list at [...]

Other than Chapter 1, the information in this book is there but a bit thin. I also noticed the lesson reviews tend to "jump ahead", so to speak. For example, the lesson review for Chapter 6 Lesson 2 is on page 144. It gives a scenario about moving orders older than 30 days from the orders table with the least amount of performance hit. It's a 2 part answer and one involves the SWITCH operator. The book doesn't explicitly delve into SWITCH until Chapter 6 Lesson 4 (page 151).

The practice test engine, on the other hand, is one of the best I've ever seen from MeasureUp (their test engines are usually solid anyways). There were a lot of real-life scenario-type questions on there that were scarce in the book. It was also very good about pointing you to good reference materials for each question (some of which were obviously not the book). I took the exam yesterday and passed on the first try, but firmly believe it was the MeasureUp test engine that put me over the top.

In most cases, the practice exams are supplemental to the book. In this case, however, the book seems to be the supplement. Overall, I found this book to be okay at best. If you're wise, you'll do outside referencing anyways... while both on the job and studying. With that said, there's probably better material out there for 70-432. I must give this one an average review because the Chapter 1 epic fail, in particular, just cannot go unpunished :(
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