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Feb 06th 2014

Why Touch Typing Will Make You a Better Network Engineer

We can all type on keyboards. It’s part of our job right? But can you do it without looking at your fingers? Can you do it without repeatedly making mistakes and having to go back over words? When I worked in the police force, we started out on old fashioned typewriters. If you made a…

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Jan 27th 2014

The Secret to IT Exam Success

After 14 years of taking IT exams and teaching thousands of students I've learned a few things. One of the things I see is what makes the difference between success and failure. The principle is universal and so applies to any endeavour in fact including fat loss, business success, relationships and learning a new skill.…

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Jan 24th 2014

How to Become an IT Freelancer

If the idea of being an employee doesn't appeal to you and you fancy the freedom of being your own boss then you might want to consider freelancing. You can freelance full time or in any spare time you have. Remember that most IT upgrades and change related work take place outside office hours and…

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Jan 23rd 2014

5 Myths About IT Certification

As I started working towards my career in IT I visited a few forums looking for some friendly advice. Instead I found a lot of angry and bitter people giving out some very bad information. So, after 14 years in the industry and helping many thousands of people pass exams and enjoy successful careers in…

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myth
Jan 21st 2014

How to Get Stuff to Sink in

I'm a very slow learner and have managed to pass a law degree, several police exams and more than a few IT exams. So now my credibility is established, here are my tips for getting IT information to sink into your brain. 1. Chunk it All Down My 3,000 mile bike ride started with a…

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