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Microsoft sql server dba certification reference books

Hi SSC, I would like to write a sql server dba exam and i had worked around one year in sql server and involving various activities performance tuning and migration and installation.And kindly help me to prepare the exam 1.which book is good for preparing the sql server dba exam.since i am a sql server developer and i want to move to dba side 2.is it possible for me to get an certification on sql server dbq 2008 and exam features

yours kindly c.stephen
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asked Aug 27 '12 at 11:32 AM in Default

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Just as an informational thing...

July 2013 is going to be the deadline to take SQL Server 2008 test (according to QA sections of new certifications). With the new certification track Microsoft has come up with the test are no longer version specific. You can get questions on SQL 2005, 2008 and 2012 versions. (Which I love that idea.) A good write up on the certification changes can be found on Brent Ozar's site.

You might consider just start studying for the new ones...

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answered Aug 27 '12 at 02:36 PM

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You could do worse than start here with the MCTS SQL Server 2008 books...

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answered Aug 27 '12 at 11:43 AM

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