Hi, currently I plan to take the Microsoft certificate MCSA on Windows 2003. I have pass an exam on 70-210, 70-290 and MCDST certificate. Now I prepare to take an exam 70-291. If I pass an exam 70-291 I hope that I could get MCSA certificate. But when I review the Microsoft webpage I found that an exam 70-210 is expired. So I just want to know whether I still get MCSA certificate if I pass an exam 70-291? Because I already passed an exam 70-210 since the year 2005. Thank in advance!!!
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Recently made redundant and want/need to learn some new skills. I'd like to get my hands dirty with TCP/IP, together with C#/.NET, all as part of the same exercise preferably. I'm familiar with the concept of the ISO 7-layer model but never done anything much programatically with it. To date most of my experience is embedded C/C++ (over 20 years), with just minor forays into VC6 and MFC, and even more minor VB.
Could anyone recommend the best way I can get stuck into TCP/IP using C#, so I can learn-while-I-play? I have access to VS2005, and just started to migrate to C#.
I am developing a program which is showing video from USB PC Camera.
I want to take picture while I'll press the button present on the USB PC Camera. I have tried a lot but I was unsuccessful. I have used the functions of VFW and done this application.
Any one suggest me how to take the button press event of button present on USB PC Camera????????
Did you just randomly select forums to post this frickin' question in? You seem to be carpet bombing all of the wrong forums, so this is a cross post as well as the incorrect forum. Take a look at the sodding forum title will you?
Deja View - the feeling that you've seen this post before.
I recently failed in Computer Project (analysis and design) subject in my offshore course. I took it purely under my local tutor's will (pretty lame, huh?). He told me to do this and that, draw this diagram and that diagram. In my entire course, there is no subject or detailed explanation about how to prepare correct and detailed(or can you say scientific?) analysis and design. So please, any suggestion what book should I read to get a grip of this subject?
Note : I'll be using C# on windows application or ASP .NET for my next project submission so I guess it will be OOAD approach?
One of my frn has not cleared his 12th.He has done a 6 months course in
mobile enigineering.and now he is doing JetKing course in Hardware and networking where he will clear CCNA exam.can anybody suggest what are the opportunities for him available when he'll complete the course.Which kind of job he might get.
hi i have an apllication build ( with help !! much help from japarbz )
that opens links like :
and so further ..
its an dynamic hyperlink with vazriable i
but now , its a difficult part ( i think)
a link has to open ( with the application)
so : http://www.google/userid=1
then , a button on that page has to be clicked
then the page goes like ; http://www.google/userid=1/completed ( example)
then yes , : http://www.google/userid=2 has to open
again , a button on that page has to be clicked ( the same button , same place , so maybe a can use an auto mouse clicker) ?
but i cant take the final url of example -> http://www.google/userid=1/completed cause it wont work so i have to use something like an auto mouseclicker
someone knows how to change the source that i dont have to use an extern auto mouse clicker ?
or someone another idea
here is the source of the appl that i have now ;
Dim i As Integer
Dim j As Integer
Dim t As Integer
Dim SaveStr As String
Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim msg As String
msg = InputBox("How many times want to repeat ?", "repeat", 0)
If IsNull(msg) = False And IsNumeric(msg) = True Then
t = CInt(msg)
Timer1.Enabled = False
Timer1.Enabled = True
SaveStr = Text1.Text
Private Sub Form_Load()
i = 1
Timer1.Interval = 100
Timer1.Enabled = False
Private Sub Form_Resize()
Text1.Width = Me.Width
WebBrowser1.Width = Me.Width
WebBrowser1.Height = Me.Height
Command1.Left = Me.Width - Command1.Width
Private Sub Timer1_Timer()
If WebBrowser1.Busy = False Then
WebBrowser1.Navigate SaveStr + CStr(i)
Text1.Text = SaveStr + CStr(i)
i = i + 1
If i = t + 1 Then
Timer1.Enabled = False
Text1.Text = vbNullString
t = 0
i = 1
My boss has just offered me a £2500 to spend on a course to get an MCAD. I currently have an MCP in VB.NET (version 1 of the framework) and work as a programmer (in VBA and some VB6) and our department is going to go down the C#.NET route.
I like the learning from home style learning and would benefit from starting from scratch with C# as my knowledge at the moment is limited. Anyone been on a good course with a company? Is MCAD the right way to go or should I look into the MCPD.
The qualifications from MS aren't worth that much really. They are too easy to pass. Potential employers are more interested in experience.
I passed the two MCTS exams just be reading the self paced learning book which cost £30 each, so if you have to do the qualifications just do that and keep the remaining £2440 for yourself
Developmentor[^] run some great courses. Particular their 'guerrilla' courses. They are very intensive 5 days of 9am - 9pm working but I learnt a lot from the one I did - Think they are geared more towards people who know C# already, but they do off beginner courses too.
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