Wednesday, December 29, 2010
MSCE SQL Server 2000 Design Study Guide
Microsoft’s Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) track for Windows 2000 is the premier certification for computer industry professionals. Covering the core technologies around which Microsoft’s future will be built, the MCSE Windows 2000 program is a powerful credential for career advancement.
This book has been developed to give you the critical skills and knowledge you need to prepare for one of the electives for the MCSE certification program: Designing and Implementing Databases with Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 Enterprise Edition (Exam 70-229).
This exam is also one of the required exams for the Microsoft Certified Database Administrators (MCDBA). We have chosen to focus on the MCSE track as that is by far the most popular of Microsoft’s certification tracks. As of this printing, there were over 400,000 MCSEs, and roughly 20,000 MCDBAs. We will discuss all of the different tracks below.
Since the inception of its certification program, Microsoft has certified over one million people. As the computer network industry grows in both size and complexity, these numbers are sure to grow—and the need for proven ability will also increase. Companies rely on certifications to verify the skills of prospective employees and contractors.
Microsoft has developed its Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) program to give you credentials that verify your ability to work with Microsoft products effectively and professionally. Obtaining your MCP certification requires that you pass any one Microsoft certification exam. Several levels of certification are available based on specific suites of exams. Depending on your areas of interest or experience,
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