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Today: Chat and Win IT Books

Jill Gebelt on 70-240 Win2K Accelerated exam. Plus, from CertCities.com: Greg Neilson answers your career questions.

Join our IT experts, learn something new and get a chance to win some IT books during two hours of chats taking place this afternoon! Here is what's on tap:
  • "Pop Quiz" master and Microsoft Certfied Trainer Jill Gebelt offers tips on getting through the 70-240 Win2K Accelerated Exam with your sanity intact. Jill also wrote the 70-240 guide in our June issue (to read it, go to http://www.mcpmag.com/members/01jun/fea1main.asp. Her chat takes place at 4 p.m. Pacific time on the MCPmag.com chat server (go to http://www.mcpmag.com/chats to join).
  • "Professionally Speaking" columnist Greg Neilson hosts a chat on CertCities.com at 5 p.m. Pacific. Greg, who's also a columnist for our sibling online certification magazine, will take your IT career questions. The chat takes place on the CertCities.com server; to join, go to http://certcities.com/community/chat/default.asp.
Prizes will be given at random to participants who log in, so you must be present to win.

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