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    Currently reading:

    Cloud Computing: Automating the Virtualized Data Center (Networking Technology): Venkata Josyula,Malcolm Orr,Greg Page: 9781587204340: Amazon.com: Books

    As its my first time dabbing into Cloud Computing and networking at the same time, some off the topics are pretty full on. But thoroughly enjoying it so far just to get a understanding of the terminology.
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    An update on one of the books on my wish-list: I actually finished Zero Day a little while back. I enjoyed it a great deal, definitely worth a read. I may just do a full-blown book review here on TechExams once I have the time to sit down and do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand View Post
    There are lost of books I need to read, but there's one that I found at the local Border's the other day that I wish I had the time to sit down and read through:
    Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics
    That is a good read. I have it on my bookshelf and it only took me a few days to consume. Good stuff.

    My wish list is mostly filled with Cisco or networking related stuff.
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    That looks interesting!
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    The new Absolute OpenBSD: UNIX for the Practical Paranoid is on my Summer reading list.
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    On my book wish list is the Exam Ref for 70-688, 70-411, 70-412, 70-414, 70-415 & 70-416 all of which should have surfaced by March of this year and most of which will be 9 to 12 months late after they were first scheduled for release - now it's January to March of next year!! I seriously don't know what's going on over at Microsoft these days...
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    Routing TCP/IP Volume 1

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    There is like 10 books i want to certify but i make $5200 a year and my car got stolen a month ago (true). My point is i can link them all but whose going to actually buy them for me? :P
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    So far I have the "CISSP All in one" waiting for me.
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    I'd usually borrow it when I was still studying but I got to have one even if it is a hand-me down.
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    The new VCP6-NV and VCP6-DCV study guides. I preordered them
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    I have ordered Learn Active Directory in a month of lunches
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    TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols, Second Edition

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    Man!I read books to get my mind off networks for a while. So currently, I want to read some classics.Preferably, I guess David Copperfield should be a good read after soo loongg...
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