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    Originally Posted by SynapticCleft View Post
    Depends on where you want to go? I'm part of the "no certs crew" and learned everything about networking from school or on my own.

    The place I work in is unique in that I started off as a sharepoint sysadmin, but that got old real fast, so I moved into networking and security. Now I do routing and switching along with a bunch of security duties like managing securid fobs and kicking machines off the internal and vpn network.

    A+ is only good if you want to focus on end devices if you want to work in networking and network security aim for the CCNA since the networking world is dominated by Cisco. Im currently studying for my CCNA because I want to progress further in this field.

    Starting off with CCNA isn't the way to go though. Definitely start with the Net+ or CCENT if you want to do networking.
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    Originally Posted by jerzyfit View Post
    I did my thesis on deja vu while I was studying for my PHD in broscience. I read something about deja vu being connected to herpes. Stay safe breh
    LMAO that ending tho.

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    Good job breh. Going for Net/Sec+ now? Going to get experience first? Linux? RHCE? CCNA/CCNP/CC!E? MCP/MCSE/MCT? BS/MS/Ph.D?
    Going to get employed>Hopefully that will help me learn/Decide more specifically what I want to do within the IT field>Then Finish my BS and Add as many certs as I can while im at it.
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    Originally Posted by omnip0tent View Post
    LMAO that ending tho.



    Going to get employed>Hopefully that will help me learn/Decide more specifically what I want to do within the IT field>Then Finish my BS and Add as many certs as I can while im at it.

    Breh. I'm getting my hair cut at 7:00 tonight and then I'll be around. If you want me to help you work on your resume, let me know. I'm staying in and chillin tonight.
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    I'm going to be around tonight. If any bro's need help with anything, please PM me or reply!
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    Originally Posted by iheartmoms View Post
    We should get an IRC chat room or some chit brahs. Hang out, talk about IT, cyber, etc

    I'm down bruh. When did you wanna do that? Who else would wanna join? Best free way is Skype. Someone else may have a Teamspeak or Vent.
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    I'm going to be around tonight. If any bro's need help with anything, please PM me or reply!
    So there are the two fields on my resume I am unsure of/need help with... Opinions/suggestions for objective? And for my skills I want to keep it short and to the point but also not sell myself short... This is what I've got so far... What specficially should I mention as far as IT based skills??? Putting I can install/trouble shoot/ format/backup/ restore/ migrate data etc...???

    Objective: Hard working, fast learner, eager to begin and excel in my career in the IT field.

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    Originally Posted by omnip0tent View Post
    So there are the two fields on my resume I am unsure of/need help with... Opinions/suggestions for objective? And for my skills I want to keep it short and to the point but also not sell myself short... This is what I've got so far... What specficially should I mention as far as IT based skills??? Putting I can install/trouble shoot/ format/backup/ restore/ migrate data etc...???

    Objective: Hard working, fast learner, eager to begin and excel in my career in the IT field.

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    Yea I do "Straight Cash Homie"

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    I did my thesis on deja vu while I was studying for my PHD in broscience. I read something about deja vu being connected to herpes. Stay safe breh
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    Originally Posted by SynapticCleft View Post
    A+ is only good if you want to focus on end devices if you want to work in networking and network security aim for the CCNA since the networking world is dominated by Cisco. Im currently studying for my CCNA because I want to progress further in this field.
    CCNA brah checking in, still studying for INCD1, I'm going to sit it before the end of the year, strongly recommend Todd Lammle's CCNA routing and switching study guide for you brahs, made understanding key concepts super easy. currently supplementing Todd's book with CBT nuggets and cisco academy.
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    Got my MCSA yesterday (u mad OP).

    Going to have a career dilemma for the first time very soon. Do I stick with money/stability or do I take a risk. Wanting to head into more of a cyber security role and the latter may provide that for me a little further down the line. Got some thinking to do.
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    Awesome thread OP - I haven't posted on misc in a long time but thought i'd sign in and post something here.. There's some great info in here and yep setting up some kind of home lab is the best thing you can do. I've learnt pretty much everything I know by just installing / configuring something at home. My current home server is an old Lenovo W520 laptop with 32gb of RAM and I've spent the last few weeks trying to master SCCM just for the hell of it. Later on I'm going to have a play with Windows server 2016 and the new Hyper V server technical previews.

    I've just been offered a job as an Infrastructure Analyst after climbing through the 1st - 2nd line ranks for around 6 years. For anyone in the UK looking into IT, it seems that most jobs don't care about degrees/qualifications - they are more interested in your experience and examples of you experience.
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    CCNA brah checking in, still studying for INCD1, I'm going to sit it before the end of the year, strongly recommend Todd Lammle's CCNA routing and switching study guide for you brahs, made understanding key concepts super easy. currently supplementing Todd's book with CBT nuggets and cisco academy.
    +1 for Todd Lammle's CCNA study guide book, Here is the 6th edition PDF:
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    What are good resources (books, blogs, videos etc.) to learning Unix/Linux that start at beginner and go deep. I've had a few linux classes that covered basic command line and scripting and the "how" to do things, but always left the classes wondering the "why".
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    Originally Posted by nimble View Post
    Got my MCSA yesterday (u mad OP).

    Going to have a career dilemma for the first time very soon. Do I stick with money/stability or do I take a risk. Wanting to head into more of a cyber security role and the latter may provide that for me a little further down the line. Got some thinking to do.
    Nope, lol. skipped the MCSA and going down the MCSE route. It's not a risk if you're good at what you do. If you aren't down for the studying and the time it takes to do InfoSec, don't bother.
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    Originally Posted by mattrunks View Post
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    CCNA brah checking in, still studying for INCD1, I'm going to sit it before the end of the year, strongly recommend Todd Lammle's CCNA routing and switching study guide for you brahs, made understanding key concepts super easy. currently supplementing Todd's book with CBT nuggets and cisco academy.

    Yup, very good. Sybex books are awesome, for sure. Another great tool is INE.
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    Originally Posted by slinkey123 View Post
    Awesome thread OP - I haven't posted on misc in a long time but thought i'd sign in and post something here.. There's some great info in here and yep setting up some kind of home lab is the best thing you can do. I've learnt pretty much everything I know by just installing / configuring something at home. My current home server is an old Lenovo W520 laptop with 32gb of RAM and I've spent the last few weeks trying to master SCCM just for the hell of it. Later on I'm going to have a play with Windows server 2016 and the new Hyper V server technical previews.

    I've just been offered a job as an Infrastructure Analyst after climbing through the 1st - 2nd line ranks for around 6 years. For anyone in the UK looking into IT, it seems that most jobs don't care about degrees/qualifications - they are more interested in your experience and examples of you experience.

    awwwfukkk, System Center is the ish if you're doing cloud-type monitoring. I love it, still messing with it though. System Center is a beast in it's own bruh. If you have any good sources, please share.

    Nice man, congrats! Glad to hear. Someone on here wanted to do a type of Cyber Channel. If you're interested, maybe we can all get on Skype voice or Teamspeak soon.
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    Originally Posted by TonyNail View Post
    What are good resources (books, blogs, videos etc.) to learning Unix/Linux that start at beginner and go deep. I've had a few linux classes that covered basic command line and scripting and the "how" to do things, but always left the classes wondering the "why".

    Look at Eli the Computer Guy on YouTube. He has a really good Linux class.
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    ***FOR WHOEVER IS INTERESTED*** Someone wanted to do a sort of "meet and greet". If anyone's interested, let me know. I'll be around tonight if anyone's interested in this.
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    Originally Posted by jerzyfit View Post
    Nope, lol. skipped the MCSA and going down the MCSE route. It's not a risk if you're good at what you do. If you aren't down for the studying and the time it takes to do InfoSec, don't bother.
    Just not entirely sure which area of security I'd like to head into. I like the idea of penetration testing. I think I would find data analysis tedious.
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    Originally Posted by nimble View Post
    Just not entirely sure which area of security I'd like to head into. I like the idea of penetration testing. I think I would find data analysis tedious.

    There's a lot of different fields in security. Network Security is fun, cyber security consulting is cool as well.
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    Originally Posted by TonyNail View Post
    What are good resources (books, blogs, videos etc.) to learning Unix/Linux that start at beginner and go deep. I've had a few linux classes that covered basic command line and scripting and the "how" to do things, but always left the classes wondering the "why".
    What do you mean why? Supposedly the CLI interface is faster but I have to disagree with that unless you've been doing it for years. CLI is more powerful though. Cannot disagree with that.
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    Originally Posted by jerzyfit View Post
    ***FOR WHOEVER IS INTERESTED*** Someone wanted to do a sort of "meet and greet". If anyone's interested, let me know. I'll be around tonight if anyone's interested in this.
    What do you mean?
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    Originally Posted by DLM012 View Post
    What do you mean?

    iheartmoms recommended we just chill and talk about tech via VOIP.
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    Originally Posted by jerzyfit View Post
    iheartmoms recommended we just chill and talk about tech via VOIP.
    Yea or just like a chat room or some chit where we can all chat about chit. IRC chat, maybe a Steam chat room, vent, teamspeak, whatever

    Originally Posted by TonyNail View Post
    What are good resources (books, blogs, videos etc.) to learning Unix/Linux that start at beginner and go deep. I've had a few linux classes that covered basic command line and scripting and the "how" to do things, but always left the classes wondering the "why".
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    In on this! Just joined the Air National Guard as basically a network engineer. They'll send me to tech school for that, and then I'll be working towards my BS in Information Systems (have about 1.5 years done). Not sure exactly what I want to do in IT yet, but security sounds really interesting.
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    Originally Posted by BrbTransformin View Post
    In on this! Just joined the Air National Guard as basically a network engineer. They'll send me to tech school for that, and then I'll be working towards my BS in Information Systems (have about 1.5 years done). Not sure exactly what I want to do in IT yet, but security sounds really interesting.

    Awesome bruh, congrats. I bet you'll do great! And they're going to pay for your training! sick.
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    Originally Posted by omnip0tent View Post
    FUARRRRK BRO's. Test in a couple hours. May the gods of the Olympia and zyzz be smiling upon me
    If I may ask how are you studying for your A+?

    I bought the book, but I so many new terminology. @_@
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