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Hi All,

 I've been in IT for a good 10 years, working on boring green screen AS/400's.  I've played about with VB and C++ and now want to head my career in that direction. Developing VB or C++.
My question is, which is easier/quciker to pass certification, VB or C++.  I'll be doing it myself and not via an overpriced course.  
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VB Certification is much easier because the learning curve is shorter than with C++.
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I would also recommend the Microsoft Press books for the MCSD certification tests.  They are very good.  Another book site for certification information is www.braindumps.com.
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I mean another Good site (not book site) is www.braindumps.com.

Many people post questions here they have encountered on exams.  This will better help you prepare for the questions they ask.
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I am glad I could help:)

This is just an FYI for future questions.  Many experts do not like a B or lower grade, and would like the opportunity to give more information or clarify something before a lower grade is given.  Your question was answered correctly and I also provided you with book and link information to help you further.  

If you want more information for your question comment and ask for it before grading the question with a low grade:)

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