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Old 03-25-2014, 05:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello I'm just a guy who's debating whether or not get a degree in IT or not. I've taken basic classes but I am looking for a place where to learn from experts, but not sure if I want to shell out big bucks on a degree. I'm currently looking for the area of IT will have the most work, and I also want to know what professional tech certifications will be useful for my resume. I have no one in my area to geek about technology with, which may be why I cannot take it seriously as I should. I am hoping joining this forum will help me stay the course. (also any place to get free tech classes would be appreciated) Let there be technology.
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