Synopses & Reviews
Specially designed and written to help you pass the Designing and Implementing Distributed Applications with Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 (70-015) exam, MCSD Visual C++ Distributed Exam Cram is packed with time-saving study tips, test-taking strategies, and warnings on how to deal with trick questions. Includes a fifty-question sample test with answer key and a special CRAM Sheet with tips, acronyms, and memory joggers with help you pass the exam the first time.MCSD Visual C++ Distributed Exam Cram will help you configure the development environment; implement source code control; build MTS componenets; configure MTS security; create MTS packages; add MTS-compliant COM objects to packages; write SQL statements to retrieve data from a database; access data using ADO; access data using OLE DB; choose appropriate cursor types; control locking strategies; implement business rules; use system stored procedures; debug and test applications; deploy applications and components.
About the Author
James Lacey (Leominster, MA), MCSD, is an independent software developer specializing in object-oriented and client/server software development. His development experience includes embedded systems, graphic applications, client/server applications, and database systems. He has more than 20 years of experience in the computer industry and teaches C++, Windows development, and client/server courses for Boston University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.