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MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-433): Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 Database Development (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 20. Mai 2009

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Tobias Thernstr'm has 13+ years' experience with SQL Server, serves as program manager on the SQL Engine Platform Team at Microsoft, and helped develop several Microsoft certifications for SQL Server. Ann Weber, MCITP, MCSE, is an instructor, consultant, and author with more than 12 years' experience with SQL Server. A Microsoft Certified Trainer, Ann has developed several courses and other learning materials for Microsoft.

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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Wirklich ein gutes Buch. Es ist übersichtlich gestaltet und gibt Schritt für Schritt eine Einführung in die Grundlagen der SQL Server Datenbankentwicklung. Das Ganze wird durch einige "Real World" Beispiele und viele Tips aufgelockert. Im Vergleich zu früheren MS Press Zertifizierungsbüchern, trägt diese Auflockerung zum angenehmen lesen bei. Alle wichtigen Themen für die Zertifizierung werden abgedeckt und es ist auch als Nachschlagewerk geeignet.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen This was the most amazing purchase every. 14. August 2016
Von B. Henry - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I needed this book to reference for a test and I received much much more. For a very low price, I received the book and CD which I was not suspecting. This will help me advance my career and I can not thank them enough. Sweet!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Rated Incomplete and Insufficient 26. November 2010
Von SQLDeveloper - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I rate this MCTS kit Incomplete and Insufficient. In short, I feel this was a waste of my time. It's like reading a "dictionary" to make sense out of a piece of literature. Some of the information is there but it lacks intuitive approach and it gave me the impression it was not prepared with care. The practice exam has questions which were never mentioned in the book; yet it refers to the chapters -- why not just indicate "look this up online" and save everyone some time. The reason I purchased this book is because I wanted to increase my knowledge and become certified -- if I were to learn most of the content "online" or by other means, then what am I doing with this kit? Things are explained under each subject matter, but not much effort is given as to the reasoning and applicability, examples are weak to none to support the content. The SQL samples in the book do not usually show output -- how do you expect understanding of related SQL query? To give an example about the practice test, the test refers to SQL:Batch Completed event and requires you to know its event class is 12. This fact is not mentioned in the book, if it is, it's not under the related chapter. The fact that SQL Server Duration and CPU are stored in different uom is another crucial fact that's missed in the book, but happens to be in the test. References to the items were there but units were not mentioned. In best practices, it recommends "it is typically a good idea to execute each query a few times" w/ respect to collecting a metric. Undermining the effect of "cache" on your results; without mentioning how to reset the cache, this would be misleading. The other part that was missing was the lack of any graphics to aid in explaining concepts. I think techniques that help grasp the content better, such as graphics, lines, images, drawings, should have been used.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Kindle Edition <> Hardcover Edition 19. Januar 2012
Von Karl Thompson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm not going to comment on the text, because I've not sat for the test yet and others have made significant comments about the quality of the text that you can read.

I'll comment on the media.

I purchased the Kindle edition and have worked through the entire text once using the free Kindle desktop (PC) application. For me, this really works well. I'm able to highlight text, copy/paste queries from the text into SSMS (the queries from the exercises are provided on the companion CD) and insert notes. The highlight and notes sync with my Kindle whenever I access my Kindle. All in all, this arrangement is good.

There are two problems however. The Kindle edition is about $6 or so less than the hardcover edition. The hardcover comes with a 15% discount on the exam. That amounts to a savings of about $22.50. I was expecting the download for the CD contents to contain a coupon for the discount. It did not. I did contact O'Reilly (the publishers) and they provided me with a discount code that I can apply to the test. So, OK, they made good on the discrepancy.

What's more important, I'm now ready to take the practice exams and the CD contents that you can download off the O'Reilly site do not include the practice questions. Like with the missing coupon, nowhere is this mentioned as a difference between the two different media editions of the book.

Frankly, this is unacceptable. I don't know who is to blame for this, Amazon or O'Reilly, but the differences need to be made clear at the time of purchase. I'm sure I'm not the only one to notice this. I get the feeling that Amazon and O'Reilly are not clear about these points intentionally and will make good on the missing material when someone complains. (Though I do not know if I'll get the practice tests as part of the Kindle edition. It seems there is a charge for them when you order the Kindle edition.)

And just so readers don't think that I read the details about the hardcover edition and assumed that the Kindle edition contain the same contents, I made my purchase from my Kindle, while logged into the Kindle store. I read the description posted there, and that description explicitly stated that practice tests and a coupon are included.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Gets the job done 4. Juli 2012
Von ZoomStat - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I purchased this book to pass the 70-433 exam, which I did today, quite comfortably. My study method was essentially two parts:

1. Work through this book. The other reviews are accurate in saying that the text is cursory in parts, but the text does at least mention most of the material you can expect to find on the test. For the concepts that were not fully explained, I would just Google the topic and check out the linked BOL (Books Online) or blog posts. I worked through all of the in-chapter code, as well as the end-of-chapter exercises. It is also true that it's very clear that the various chapters were written by different authors, which was a little annoying at first.

2. Take the practice exams. I would take a test of 7 questions (the minimum allowed - one per topic), and then make sure I understood the correct answers as well as why all of the others were in fact incorrect. This usually amounted to quite a bit of time back on BOL and blog posts. As mentioned by others:
- many questions on here are not at all covered in the text
- these questions are harder than those on the actual exam
- there are a few mistakes

I repeated Step 2 a few dozen times until I was passing fairly consistently.

It's not a perfect resource, but it's a good start, and points you to all of the right things. Between this book, the internet, and plenty of elbow grease, you'll pass the test.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good book 2. Februar 2012
Von R. G. Price - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I think this is a good all around book both as a study guide for the test and as a general reference and learning guide.

I've been a SQL developer for about 10 years, and just recently decided to go for some certifications. I used this book as pretty much my only study material and passed the MCTS, and I learned stuff from this book and I wouldn't have passed the test without it. This books is very good in that it gives a high level overview of a lot of material. The book is a mile wide and an inch deep, that is true. You aren't going to become a SQL expert using this book, but it is well written IMO, easy to read, and introduces you to almost every aspect of SQL development. Everything covered in this book is on the test. FYI, I didn't even read the practice tests or the exercises in this book. Maybe they aren't good, but I didn't pay any attention to them anyway, and didn't find the need to.

I think the book was well worth it.
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