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    what would be a healthy technical study plan?

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    by timwireless ·

    need a good study and learning plan for some one trying to enhance his technical knowledge and skills

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    • #3026112

      Clarifications

      by timwireless ·

      In reply to what would be a healthy technical study plan?

      Clarifications

    • #3026069

      I’m not trying to be rude.

      by ron k. ·

      In reply to what would be a healthy technical study plan?

      I see that you’re a student. Don’t you have a school counselor that is in a better position to help you than we are?

      • #3028430

        waz the main purpose of this site

        by timwireless ·

        In reply to I’m not trying to be rude.

        I thought this site was for learning n growing ones skillz that means u share what u have n I share what I have

        • #3028427

          You’re asking complete strangers what you should do with your life.

          by ron k. ·

          In reply to waz the main purpose of this site

          Doesn’t that seem even just a little bit odd to you?
          You can learn a lot here but no one can reach through their monitor, take a look at your life and goals and tell you to do A, B and C and you’ll suddenly be prosperous and happy.
          Don’t you think that a school counseling session or even a teacher of yours might be better qualified to help you on your way?
          That’s just life.
          Your few lines are starting to get snarky. If you don’t want my freaking advice don’t freaking ask for it.
          I have one thing that will serve you well. Learn how to write complete sentences without any of that abbreviated garbage.

        • #3028333

          u can keep your advice

          by timwireless ·

          In reply to You’re asking complete strangers what you should do with your life.

          after all u just had 2 ignore my gabbage okay

        • #3028180

          I’ll dish my advice out as I see fit.

          by ron k. ·

          In reply to u can keep your advice

          Like I said, if you don’t like it that’s just too bad. I’ll go cry now. :^0
          I made it all of the way through a successful career, though not in IT, and don’t recall asking for advice on how to make it, on how to live my life. You want to ask for advice? Fine! You don’t care to follow it? Even better. Be a failure in life. I don’t give a shlt! Not my problem.
          Next week, if not sooner, there will be someone else come along to ask for career advice, or what to write their doctoral thesis about or something similar. Check out the sparse replies they get too.
          Have a nice life working. I’ll be enjoying my retirement thinking about you slaving away, not knowing where you’re headed, unable to figure out what’s what.

        • #3029906

          Makes me feel

          by nexs ·

          In reply to I’ll dish my advice out as I see fit.

          Like I’m in that boat. You know the one – where you put on a blindfold and jump in the canoe labeled ‘career’.
          I think I should ask a question on what to do….

          Or I’ll speak to my employer to see what options, thoughts and ideas he might have.
          Yes, I think I’ll speak to my immediate peers and employers on how best to improve my skills.

        • #3029888

          I gave him good advice.

          by ron k. ·

          In reply to Makes me feel

          I like your advice. The OP should try to eat regularly and count calories. Taking a multivitamin is a good idea too.
          Floss and brush daily.

        • #3029857

          Ron K

          by kerah ·

          In reply to You’re asking complete strangers what you should do with your life.

          did you say the same words for every one who ask about some thing ….hey you are Repetitive i think we are here for tech issues not for learning english so if you have a good technical aid for some one say it if you not …..be silence

        • #3029822

          You’ve no business

          by boxfiddler ·

          In reply to Ron K

          telling people what to do… STFU.

        • #3027470

          Yeah, what you said.

          by ron k. ·

          In reply to You’ve no business

          STFU! :^0
          Thank you.
          BTW-I consider maak_bunchanumbers to be a non-entity in these forums, like one other member, (and I mean that in every sense of the word), and she/he/it is wasting time if they’re posting to me/about me as I don’t read their crap anymore.

        • #3027494

          yeah not really an language class

          by timwireless ·

          In reply to Ron K

          just as i hoped I needed advice not asking how I am to live

        • #3027459

          The first thing you should learn

          by jdclyde ·

          In reply to waz the main purpose of this site

          only children use “u” instead of “you”, and the ever childish “skillz” instead of “skills”. You will never be taken seriously typing like that. At least you didn’t use all uppercase….

          I would recommend some typing classes to start off.

          From there, your question is way too open ended for it to be answered.

          What do you enjoy working with?

          What are you good at?

          What openings are in your area?

          All questions that we are not in a position to answer for you.

    • #3026059

      Healthy?

      by nexs ·

      In reply to what would be a healthy technical study plan?

      Along with study you may need to eat regularly and eat junk foods in moderation. Remember your dietary pyramid?

      But seriously, they always say that a decent breakfast helps you take in knowledge and learn better than if you don’t.

      • #3028039

        Literal.

        by ron k. ·

        In reply to Healthy?

        I like that. :^0

        • #3028358

          Try Network

          by bapster ·

          In reply to Literal.

          Start with Network+ study guide…

    • #3028330

      A bit of humility…

      by smartacew0lf ·

      In reply to what would be a healthy technical study plan?

      Tim, try googling “Basic PC Troubleshooting”. You can spend money on books if you prefer, but these days, Google is hands down the best troubleshooting resource any technician has. While you are at it, you might also try googling, “How to ask questions”. I suspect that your thin skin is going to be a great hurdle to overcome in your quest.

    • #3029869

      Pick a Path

      by gario ·

      In reply to what would be a healthy technical study plan?

      What are you interested in; software development, network support, technical support, IT Security, etc. My advice would be to look closely at identifying what are needed today and in the near future. Use TechRepublic! Then you will be able to really get granular on whatever you choose.

      Good luck

    • #3027465

      It?s up to you

      by kerah ·

      In reply to what would be a healthy technical study plan?

      You are the one who can decide what is suitable for you but about the paths you have 1- Network path and you can start with network+
      2- Developing path and you can start with any programming language
      3-security path and that requires that you know some essential subjects b4
      4-technical path and that starts with any technical book and practicing
      At last you should find what you are tending to from those branches and gooooooooo that?s all

    • #3025311

      ALL I REALLY WANTED WAS

      by timwireless ·

      In reply to what would be a healthy technical study plan?

      I didn’t need this hate messages and the like all I needed was someone in my field to give me any thing use full from his or her experience not this gibberish language lessons and don’t be mistaken that I don’t know my languages so if you don’t have anything more than hate messages take them to your facebook accounts

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