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I'm certified as an A and Network Technician, and I can help explain the theory and praticality of any of the questions you might have in the study of these fields. I've had my A for 10 years, and Network plus was recently obtained

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I've been an IT technician for 10 years, as well as a printer technician.


MCP in NT Workstation/Server, A and Network certified.

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2016-10-31 Computer Certification:

Hello Roque -     your best option is looking into your local community colleges, many of them offer 'intro to computers' or 'computer repair' classes, in addition to some higher tier training as well

2015-04-20 certification courses:

I would suggest some additional ESL courses as a start, 'dat' isn't a word.  I'm not saying that to be rude, but getting better grammar/understanding would be helpful.    A+ is always a good start, net+

2013-08-28 Hey:

Hey Ed -     Getting to know Cisco is a good thing, but I would advise against being a 'one-trick-pony' engineer.  Getting to know the basics and fundamentals of networking is far better.  The reason for

2013-07-18 Networking:

This is a question that is difficult to answer because it's going to depend on what kind of jobs are open.    however, someone with a level of CCNP should be able to get into a network engineering position

2012-11-17 Computer Technician and Networking Career:

Hey Ryan -     Getting a degree is not a bad thing at all, it definitely does help when HR and recruiters look at resumes.  However, I can personally vouch that a 4 year degree isn't needed to land a decent


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