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    I have these on my shelf here at work, for near future use. Think I have plenty to keep me busy for a while.

    -Windows Server 2008 R2 Unleashed
    -Group Policy, Fundamentals, Security and the Managed Desktop
    -MCTS Cert Guide 70-680
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    This is a good book. Have you read his Time Management book?
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    I am fascinated by what goes on behind the scenes in the realm of Malware Analysis. So, the following books are definitely in my wish list:

    SANS FOR 610: Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques

    - 610.1
    - 610.2
    - 610.3
    - 610.4
    - 610.5

    The course description can be found at: SANS: Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques

    I hope to be able to get the aforementioned books in the near future.
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    Amazon.com: Second Foundation (Foundation Novels) (9780553382594): Isaac Asimov: Books

    After that probably something to do with Exchange 2010.
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    There are lost of books I need to read, but there's one that I found at the local Border's the other day that I wish I had the time to sit down and read through:
    Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics

    I paged through it for a while, and it was really interesting. . . but, I had to put it down eventually and get back to math books that rival Cisco Press CCIE books in sheer length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertKaucher View Post
    This is a good book. Have you read his Time Management book?
    No, I haven't.
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    I just got my wish list. My director ordered the MCITP: SA/EA, EDA, SQL 2008 series, A+ N+ and Sec+ books. That'll keep me busy for quite a while.
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    Default My wishlist

    I would like to make a run For the MCITP: Virtualization Administrator as such my list is the following

    1) Mastering Microsoft Virtualization
    2) Mastering Virtual Machine Manager 2008 RS
    3) Mastering Hyper-V Deployment
    4) Sybex 70-652

    Ohh yea and I'm going to be taking VCP Classes over the summer this is very aggressive but we shall see.
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    @Jin, Bl8ck: Betjlich is a beast! I need to finish the Bash scripting, awk and sed sections of the Sobell book and about 7 chapters of the Web app hacker's book. I also forgot the Backtrack book on my wishlist .
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmpoweredBizTech View Post
    I would like to make a run For the MCITP: Virtualization Administrator as such my list is the following

    1) Mastering Microsoft Virtualization
    2) Mastering Virtual Machine Manager 2008 RS
    3) Mastering Hyper-V Deployment
    4) Sybex 70-652
    I think Mastering Microsoft Virtualization is really all you need for MCITP: VA (70-659/669/693). It's even enough for 70-403... SCVMM is just not that complicated so you can learn it well enough with that book and lab time. The Sybex 70-652 Study Guide is perfect for 70-652, but don't rely on it for 659.

    Quote Originally Posted by EmpoweredBizTech View Post
    Ohh yea and I'm going to be taking VCP Classes over the summer this is very aggressive but we shall see.
    Good luck. I suggest you check out Mastering VMware vSphere 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertKaucher View Post
    This is a good book. Have you read his Time Management book?
    +1 Limoncelli should be required reading for everyone in IT, especially the Time Management Book.

    POSNA I could I be a little more forgiving on, it's a weighty tome, but it's still worth it's weight in gold. The day I got my copy, I took it into work (was at a previous job) and started reading excerpts in the NOC, generally those regarding good practices.

    We had a good laugh, and all agreed that management should read this book. We also agreed it was good we had no alcohol on hand, because we could have made one hell of a drinking game for everything we were doing wrong, as illustrated by POSNA
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    As far as the post goes... to be honest, I have so many 'to be read' books, it's not funny. I keep picking up new stuff before I finish the old stuff. My wishlist used to be absolutely massive, but then I bought most of it up.

    However, I am eagerly awaiting

    Amazon.com: A Dance with Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book Five (9780553801477): George R.R. Martin: Books

    As far as tech books go, now that the Safar iPad app isn't a total piece of trash, I'm seriously considering a subscription.
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    I need this one
    Amazon.com: Network Administrators Survival Guide (978158705211: Anand Deveriya: Books

    Seems to give a high level overview of how to administer a growing network without requiring specialist knowledge or dumbing things down to the point where its just a jargon builder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccnxjr View Post
    I need this one
    Amazon.com: Network Administrators Survival Guide (978158705211: Anand Deveriya: Books

    Seems to give a high level overview of how to administer a growing network without requiring specialist knowledge or dumbing things down to the point where its just a jargon builder.
    It's a good book. It's a little dated, but it's still got some useful info, and makes a good jumping off point
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    When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentholMoose View Post
    I think Mastering Microsoft Virtualization is really all you need for MCITP: VA (70-659/669/693). It's even enough for 70-403... SCVMM is just not that complicated so you can learn it well enough with that book and lab time.
    This is the book that just keeps on giving! I just passed 70-656 (TS: Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, Configuring) and the critical exam objectives are covered in this book. Basically, 656 is an App-V exam with minimal coverage of the other MDOP components (AGPM, DEM, AIS, etc... see Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack). If you go through the App-V section of the book, then review some TechNet articles and do the MDOP Virtual Labs (Windows 7 Virtual Labs), you should be able to pass 70-656.

    So based on my experience, I think Mastering Microsoft Virtualization is enough for 70-652, 659, 669, 693, 403, and 656. Granted you probably wouldn't take both 652 and 659, but still, one book for five exams is great!
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