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    Originally Posted by JustiNtense View Post
    I've been studying for the A+ 1101. I've been using Messer and Dion's practice tests. Probably going to take the test in a couple of weeks.

    Anybody happen to have any notes they can share or resources that helped you?
    You got this brah. I took that test back in 1999. LOL I feel old af.
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    Hey guys,

    I'm studying for the CompTIA Network+ exam. Been going hard the last 10 days. Watched Professor Messer's videos and read a 1000 page book. Now I'm taking practice exams(and failing them). So I decided to take notes of the questions I missed.

    Goal is to get my Network + then get Security + then CCNA.

    I currently have the A+, MCP(Microsoft Certified Professional) and AWS Cloud Practitioner certs.

    I also have 2-3 years of experience working as a Desktop Support Analyst.

    After I get all those certificates(Net+,Sec+,CCNA) do you guys think I will be able to land a Network Engineer(admin) position? Or am I going to have to work at a NOC for a couple years?

    Thanks guys, awesome thread, I read all the pages

    Edit: There's so much to memoriza(acronyms, phrases) etc. Anyone have any tips on how to best memorize these things? I've been writing them down and something tells me I'm going to have to rewrite each phrase 10+ times.

    Edit2: Does anyone know of any good advanced subnetting videos?
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    Originally Posted by Inputlite90 View Post
    Hey guys,

    I'm studying for the CompTIA Network+ exam. Been going hard the last 10 days. Watched Professor Messer's videos and read a 1000 page book. Now I'm taking practice exams(and failing them). So I decided to take notes of the questions I missed.

    Goal is to get my Network + then get Security + then CCNA.

    I currently have the A+, MCP(Microsoft Certified Professional) and AWS Cloud Practitioner certs.

    I also have 2-3 years of experience working as a Desktop Support Analyst.

    After I get all those certificates(Net+,Sec+,CCNA) do you guys think I will be able to land a Network Engineer(admin) position? Or am I going to have to work at a NOC for a couple years?

    Thanks guys, awesome thread, I read all the pages

    Edit: There's so much to memoriza(acronyms, phrases) etc. Anyone have any tips on how to best memorize these things? I've been writing them down and something tells me I'm going to have to rewrite each phrase 10+ times.

    Edit2: Does anyone know of any good advanced subnetting videos?
    Seems like you went backward. Most folks get A+, Network+ Sec+ and then work their way to MCP/AWS/Azure.

    I'm a Systems Administrator V and I only have my A+ and Network +. Working on my AWS solutions architect and microsoft certified azure fundamentals. I hope to have both of these by March 2023. My goal is to switch roles to a Jr. Cloud Engineer but we'll see what the future holds. I have AWS SysOps, Python, Linux, AWS DevOps, Kubernetes, Docker and more on standby.

    It's a never-ending journey.
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    Originally Posted by niospecv View Post
    Seems like you went backward. Most folks get A+, Network+ Sec+ and then work their way to MCP/AWS/Azure.

    I'm a Systems Administrator V and I only have my A+ and Network +. Working on my AWS solutions architect and microsoft certified azure fundamentals. I hope to have both of these by March 2023. My goal is to switch roles to a Jr. Cloud Engineer but we'll see what the future holds. I have AWS SysOps, Python, Linux, AWS DevOps, Kubernetes, Docker and more on standby.

    It's a never-ending journey.
    Yeah, I'm all over with the certs lol.

    Damn you got lucky to land that job with just your A+ and Network +.

    Edit: I tried to learn programming(Javascript) and it was WAAAY over my head. Kinda sucks because employers like a guy that can code :'(
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    Originally Posted by Inputlite90 View Post
    Yeah, I'm all over with the certs lol.
    What certs would you recommend after CCNA?

    I was gonna wake up at 4 AM to study today but that didn't work out. It's now 9:45 and I'm hitting the practice tests and taking notes.

    Goal is to have the Net+ and Security+ before new years. After that CCNA before April 26th(my birthday =D )
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    Still studying, 7 hours deep!

    Just took notes on over 400 questions. Now it's time to write them out 10x each. Siiigh lol
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    Originally Posted by JustiNtense View Post
    I've been studying for the A+ 1101. I've been using Messer and Dion's practice tests. Probably going to take the test in a couple of weeks.

    Anybody happen to have any notes they can share or resources that helped you?
    How goes studying?

    I used Professor Messer and Mike Myers book, and practice tests of course.


    Edit: 12 hours of studying today, I'm beat

    So I Just realized if I were to get my CCNA I'd be working in the command line. I do not want to do that. Are there any jobs out there that don't require that?
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    anyone here in DevOps? If so, what exactly do you do?

    My take on it based on what I'm reading is that it seems to be kind of like a jack of all trades type of environment. Seems to take some networking/cloud knowledge along with linux and programming.

    I'm in the networking field and I honestly love my job, but I would love to do something that involves python since I seem to know it a decent amount.

    It seems to be a good blend of Infrastructure and Software Development and I feel that might be the direction I want to go, but I don't really understand it at this point. Once I get my CCNP I will probably try to pivot into Cyber, but still not quite sure yet.
    I used to be in the networking field too before I made the jump into devops. Devops is the most overly used title out there. I've seen it used for noc and software engineer roles. IMO the real devops title is what google calls "site reliability engineers".

    I work on getting applications deployed and monitoring health of apps. I also create terraform modules, CICD pipelines, custom internal tools to automate and assist other teams in maintaining their environments and enforcing security standards.
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