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Wow, I'm not sure what's more impressing, that you remember I passed that exam this year or that you were able to find this post at page 500
Anyway, I did a course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/70532-azure/learn/v4/overview
He also has a few practice tests: https://www.udemy.com/70532-azure-tests/learn/v4/content
I also got the official Microsoft exam reference, but I didn't actually use it.
And, of course, I got some practice.
I'm currently doing 70-533 the same way (but I believe they're retiring this one soon).
Good luck, if you have any questions let me know!
Designing the parts in Blender only took a few hours, but fitting the mounts to the fuselage took quite a few tries and three hours printing for each try. The good thing is that I also had the opportunity to experiment with the printer settings and to add more details, so the overall result is much better.
Now I finally got the weapons installed and took some pictures at first daylight this morning. It's not the red soil of Vietnam, only the red garden table behind the house, but finally the building part is coming to an end. Soon I can get some paint on that thing and then a maiden flight is within reach.
Edit: After giving the nose and the cockpit windows a facelift, this thing is begging for a detailed cockpit and pilots. I have already printed one, but fortunately I can finish the exterior and still add the cockpit later. Building really is almost done for now. Let the painting begin...
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.