Posted 25 February 2011 - 10:26 PM
Well, that's very good information. Thanks. And I didn't know servers were made by Cysco. When I say development, I mean just various bits of the .net framework with C# and T-SQL being the languages I become fluent in. I'm trying to learn C# a bit on my own, and I think it's fun. I may not get that cert, but I am definitely going to take some online classes for both C# and ASP.net. I'll learn PHP if I have to, but again, that's only if they really, really need me. I also think that my server that is coming in approximately a week and a half will help to in the preparation, managing a server for my stuff will help me to transfer over to a corporate environment considering I'll already be tinkering with that stuff at home to do my setup for my stuff. My eventual goal is for me and my little network of techies to have a bunch of stuff going on that, for instance, us transferring from a CMS based solution for our web site to something designed custom by us, and then a few other things, all because computers make up 50 percent of my life. I simply enjoy computers, so some of it's not always going to be about taking the exam for a living opportunity.
For instance, I also think that Dell certs would be interesting. Will I absolutely need them, probably not, but wanting them is a different story. I think that being blind has something to do with it too as I don't do any sports or anything like that, so the computer is the place where I find that I can express myself, I can create, and I can rule in a sense. Then I find that another benefit in taking all this education in computers will help , for when I'm not using computers for a living, I can help online communities and help develop in some of the open source projects and feel great doing it for free.
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