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    hey all . noob here . i am unsure if this is the right section and hope its not an issue if it is not, mods/admin feel free to move if required .
    i am attempting to change career .i have done a computer fundamentals course and have been thinking of going down the programing route. i have a small amount of experience programing , things like making websites in html .
    I am studying online . my tutor recommended i do MTA networking fundamentals 98 -366 before doing a programing course as it would be a good starting point . is this the case or would i be better off going another route ?
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    I think a basic level of understanding of the hardware you're developing software for is a good approach. I would agree with your tutor. The exam isn't particularly difficult (I've done it), but gives some solid information that is worth knowing, I feel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phalanx View Post
    I think a basic level of understanding of the hardware you're developing software for is a good approach. I would agree with your tutor. The exam isn't particularly difficult (I've done it), but gives some solid information that is worth knowing, I feel.
    thanks for the reply .i will go ahead with the networking course .
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