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Posted Wednesday, April 2, 2014 5:53 AM
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Does anybody know what book they're using for the 20467B course and where I can get it? This is a prep for the 70-467 exam.
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You get the book when you follow the official course.



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Isn't there a copy available on the Internet? I don't think taking the course is a possibility for me since I'll be hard pressed to convince my employer to pay over 2,000 Euros for a course.
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Isn't there a copy available on the Internet? I don't think taking the course is a possibility for me since I'll be hard pressed to convince my employer to pay over 2,000 Euros for a course.


I don't think you can buy an official version of the book without attending the course.




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Isn't there a copy available on the Internet? I don't think taking the course is a possibility for me since I'll be hard pressed to convince my employer to pay over 2,000 Euros for a course.


I don't think you can buy an official version of the book without attending the course.


Correct. The MOC training material is only available when you take the course.

To be honest, they're not that great anyway. Check Amazon for books on the subjects covered by the exam, they're more likely to be usable after the exam, rather than covering just what you need to pass the exam, not what is needed to work with the products.



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Thanks for the replies. Any suggestions for the reading material? My concern is that in 3 weeks, the exam will be updated to include SQL Server 2014 material and I'm not sure how to prepare for it.
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Thanks for the replies. Any suggestions for the reading material? My concern is that in 3 weeks, the exam will be updated to include SQL Server 2014 material and I'm not sure how to prepare for it.


This exam is a bit of a overview exam concerning all BI features. You'll need to know SSIS, SSAS, SSRS and SharePoint integration as well.
The books used for the exams 70-463 and 70-466 are good preparations, but the exam tends to test experience more than just book knowledge.




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Thanks. I'll give it a shot.
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