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    Default Anyone attended a CompTIA SME Workshop before?

    I know the NDA is very tight, but I am curious as to what to expect with the upcoming A+ workshop. Has anyone been to one of these before? Any suggestions regarding hotels, driving, etc? Thanks!
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    A few of us here have done it. My review: Did the CompTIA CyberSecurity Analyst+ JTA
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    Here's my review of the first one I participated in. Since then, have done five more, so you can guess that I enjoy/find them valuable. I expect to be there again in March

    https://tinyurl.com/yaj2tq3e

    LOL at the censor catching the title on that one
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    Thanks for the responses. I'm trying to understand what exactly we will be doing. Again, thanks for the replies! Great info
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    The upcoming A+ is a JTA so you will be working to identify exam objectives and how those reflect a typical role for an A+ candidate. If you have specifc questions you can rech to CompTIA and I am sure they can clarify, that way we don't get in trouble

    In regards to hotels there's a Doubletree like 3/4 of a mile from there, but many other options within 5-10 minutes. If you are staying local driving should not be a big issue but if you are hitting Chicago at rush hour certainly expect some resistance.

    EDIT: I just realized this is next week. You good to go?
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    Hey.
    Yeah I'm all good. Never been to Chicago so it should be pretty interesting And yes, I am in no way searching for answers but just curious as to what to expect. Thanks again for the info. I'm definitely looking forward to it.
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