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Nathan

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I can't wait to learn, tbh. I could practice on my own time. I'm learnig about servers in shool right now.

 

Ahh right, that's more networking stuff then. I don't know ANYTHING about that haha

 

Linux commands, binary, DNS, domains, hosting blah blah

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Ahh right, that's more networking stuff then. I don't know ANYTHING about that haha

Linux commands, binary, DNS, domains, hosting blah blah

That's exactly what we're doing! It's all Microsoft though, and we test for their certifications. In the past two weeks we've set up a DNS server, created and joined domains and something else idr. DNS takes the IP address of a website n resolves it to the web address. I love it so much. I'm tryna make that cashhh after I graduate :xf7:

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That's exactly what we're doing! It's all Microsoft though, and we test for their certifications. In the past two weeks we've set up a DNS server, created and joined domains and something else idr. DNS takes the IP address of a website n resolves it to the web address. I love it so much. I'm tryna make that cashhh after I graduate :xf7:

 

Yep! I don't know much about the hardware/networking side tbh.

 

And are you a girl? That's refreshing to see a female doing that sort of stuff :D

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Yep! I don't know much about the hardware/networking side tbh.

And are you a girl? That's refreshing to see a female doing that sort of stuff :D

Yep! I never about the female to male ratio in the field lol. I've just always been interested in computers and I'm always fixing other peoples PCs or phones. I want a job that's behind the scences helping everything run right also to have the least amount of interaction with customers as possible :orangu:

Tbh keep learning all the codes you can, you'll be the person everyone wants to hire :reductive:

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Yep! I never about the female to male ratio in the field lol. I've just always been interested in computers and I'm always fixing other peoples PCs or phones. I want a job that's behind the scences helping everything run right also to have the least amount of interaction with customers as possible :orangu:

Tbh keep learning all the codes you can, you'll be the person everyone wants to hire :reductive:

 

Oh well that's good then! :)

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That sounds horrible haha, I like programming but I'm terrible at it :gloria:

 

I still only know the basics, a LOOOOOONG way to go

I could continue the course at college where in portugal, but I'm going to leave and probably study in other country.

 

I finish the course with an average of 17 in 20

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