RE: Loaded question - no flamewar intended! posted 06/22/2004
- Subject: RE: Loaded question - no flamewar intended!
- From: "Walker, James - Is" <JWALKER2@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 09:03:45 -0400
It all depends. I'm on my 2nd work book because I didn't like the first one that
I'd purchased, but it was recommended and liked by many. It is like taste in
music or movies, where you might think it was great but no one liked it.
So, try some of the sample labs and see what fits your taste.
Just my 2 cents...
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Sent: Thursday, June 17, 2004 2:42 PM
Subject: Loaded question - no flamewar intended!
I'm getting ready to gear up for the R&S lab, and I'm trying to decide
which sutdy guide/workbook is right for me. What do you guys perceive as
the strengths and weaknesses of the various workbooks? (ipexpert, IE,
NLi, etc) I'm trying to make only one purchase in the specific instance
because I'd rather be spending the money on routers and switches than 4
or 5 different costly studyguides. I know that some responses will
simply be 'IE/NLI/ipexpert is :win:', but I need to know why you think
that, instead of it just being that way. Thanks in advance for all your
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