Monday, August 01, 2005

CFMX 7 Certification Software?

Recently I got a mail from Brian Simmons, announcing the release of CFMX 7 Exam Buster.
In my opinion it is a really cool software for those preparing for CFMX 7 certification. I myself had used the software (though older version) for my CFMX 6.1 certification. I'll paraphrase the CFMX7 press release note :

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CFMX Exam Buster 7.0 from CentraSoft (http://centrasoft.com)

CFMX Exam Buster 7.0 is the ultimate testing tool specifically designed to help ColdFusion MX 7.0 developers earn their ColdFusion MX 7.0 Certification through the Macromedia Certified Professional Program.

CFMX Exam Buster 7.0 has 875 questions designed to help you prepare for all aspects of the actual ColdFusion MX 7.0 Certification exam. CFMX Exam Buster 7.0 allows you to take thirteen different tests, topic tests for your weak areas, and the ability to create random tests.

All 875 questions have explanations and reference URLs to further aid your studies and build your ColdFusion knowledge.

During your test you can save your test in progress, submit comments, bookmark questions, pause your test, and much more. You can control the look and feel of the CFMX Exam Buster 7.0 application, by setting the fonts, colors, and appearance of many controls, to create a studying environment with which you are comfortable. After your test is scored, you will be shown a comprehensive breakdown of your test results.

There is a DEMO version on the Centrasoft website (http://www.centrasoft.com), which allows you to check out all the features of the program, plus one whole test. At this moment the demo is still for the 6.0 exam, we will be releasing a 7.0 demo in the upcoming days.

I'm always asked whether CFMX Exam Buster works, and I'm proud to say that I obtained my Advanced ColdFusion MX 7.0 Developer Certification (6/3/05) and the ONLY study aid I used was my own CFMX Exam Buster 7.0. Worked like a charm.

Check out CFMX Exam Buster 7.0 today!
Thanks,
Brian Simmons
bsimmons@centrasoft.com
The ultimate ColdFusion MX 7.0 Certification testing tool:
Check out CFMX Exam Buster 7.0 at: http://centrasoft.com

ColdFusion MX, and Macromedia are registered trademarks of Macromedia
Corporation. Macromedia Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with
Centrasoft Corporation.
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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is there any sofware like this for Macromedia Flash certification as well?

cfkubio said...

Hi Prayank,
I'm looking for a way to plot numerical data [real not just integers] on the X axis, and display it in linear form.

I'm having trouble when I try to put a decimal number into a cfchartdata item, I get "An Error Occurred While Processing Request"
For input string: "11.36"..."

I get the same error when I use data from table.

If anyone else is interested in finding a solution I'd welcome the assistance.

prayank said...

@cfkubio

I would like to have your sample cfml file to reproduce this problem.

Mail me at: pswaroop at macromedia dot com

regards
prayank

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Kavitha said...

Hi Prayank,

I am just starting to use cfchart. I think its really cool. I have not started using the xml file to customize the charts.

I have a couple of questions, I'd be really happy if you could give your thoughts on it.

Is it possible to force the charts to show all the dataitems on the axis, I tried using both horizontalbar and bar, but only some dataitems are displayed on the axis. I have 16 items from Bakery to Seafood in my chart, only 6 are displayed on the axis.

The other question is, is it possible to disable the animation, when the chart is being rendered on the screen. I still want to use flash format because the image is crisp only in flash.

Kavitha

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