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Prioritizing Knowledge: Studying Core Certification Topics

Discussion in 'News' started by tripwire45, Apr 2, 2006.

  1. tripwire45
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    Prioritizing Knowledge: Studying Core Certification Topics

    Within every body of knowledge, there is a bundle of core subjects. Like the foundation of a skyscraper, this basic underpinning holds all of the information up and allows it to reach greater and greater heights. Without this, the whole corpus is about as stable as a house of cards. In order to achieve mastery in any area, learners should progress through this array of interrelated information by starting with this core information and moving into the more sophisticated and complicated aspects of it. Take networking. Although there are a multitude of issues within this field, the common thread between networking experts is the core knowledge that they share—such as installation, configuration, maintenance and troubleshooting—regardless of which vendor’s products they’re using, or if they’re even using a vendor’s solutions at all. If they aren’t skilled in these fundamental areas, then they aren’t really complete networking professionals.

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    Certifications: A+ and Network+


    1. simongrahamuk
      So, build your skills from the base up then.

      Nice read Trip! :thumbleft

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