Comments on Profile Post by Alex Linux

  1. Jarret W. Buse
    Jarret W. Buse
    I can relate. I started with DOS 3.3 and worked up to Windows 2000. I had my MCSE+I for NT4. I was an MCT for 2+ years. I have taught in two different colleges for CompTIA certifications (A+ and Network+). My degree is on programming (pre-Windows). The world changes fast.
    Apr 13, 2014
  2. Jarret W. Buse
    Jarret W. Buse
    My suggestion is to read a Linux+ cert book (or my articles) as they come out.
    Apr 13, 2014
  3. Jarret W. Buse
    Jarret W. Buse
    Have a PC handy and have your primary Linux distro you use at work on CD and then spend a weekend on it (late into the night). If you have a MCSE cert book for the workstation, browse through it and find the comparison of everything it teaches in the Linux system.
    Apr 13, 2014
  4. Jarret W. Buse
    Jarret W. Buse
    This will provide you a base point in comparison to a Windows workstation from the System Administrators view. If needed, drop me another line through my e-mail (jarretbuse@hotmail.com).
    Apr 13, 2014