A+ Certification Online: complete with A+ Certification Exam Study Guides and A+ Certification Training.
A+ Certification 4 Real book is written by World Class Subject Matter Experts from Around The World!
Any beliefs that the current COMPTIA A+ tests are "easy" are sadly mistaken. This work started as an update for the two ExamInsight books created by Tcat Houser, et al. The sheer size and page count of this work should be a hot tip that the A+ certification exams 220-301 and 220-302 are many things. The word "easy" does not fit the A+ Certification Test.
Thanks to the Internet and hard working SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS (SMEs), this work contains vast amounts of data about the A+ Certification Test and getting an A+ Certification online or offline. Think of this title as "the missing link" for the new A+ certification series.
The nature of the new tests requires a new approach. A+ 4 REAL is the new approach. Written in a conversational style you interact with experts from the Pacific Northwest to Moscow and beyond.
This work was created for A+ Certification Training and the countless people who have done a "reconnaissance mission" on the Operating System test ( 220-302 ), and for those who don't want to follow in that path.
The PC user who is trying to understand what is going on "under the hood" or is looking for some really good tricks and tips.
A few chapters are included that are not required for the current A+ tests, and are very helpful in that bigger test called REAL LIFE. Therefore you are encouraged to pay close attention to the discussions on LINUX and MACINTOSH. The light-hearted work from your Safety SME enlightens you on protecting yourself from a fate worse than death.
Format: 728 pages PDF File.
Filesize: Less than 15 MB
Publisher: StudyExam4Less (July 8, 2005)
It has taken a great number of person-years to produce A+ 4 REAL. The SME'S were given the freedom to be politically incorrect. The end result is a work you won't want to put down.
With that said, I give you:
(Network+, MCSE, Server+, CTT+) has garnered other certification milestones such as IBM PSE and Microsoft MCT/ MCSE. This is the result of almost 40 years of "fussing with electronics." When not writing or teaching CompTIA, he is doing research in the IT field.
IAN KAYNE from United Kingdom
MCP, MCSA, MCSA: Security, Security+
Ian and I have worked together before on the Security+ book. My judgment is either he is an autistic savant or one of the most giving and caring units using oxygen on planet earth today. What else could it be after living through Security+ and coming back for more? His attention to detail and sheer amount of effort has more than earned him 1st chair on this reader.
Gudrun Funk from Germany
Without her efforts, this work would have never seen the light of day. As the scope of effort to be successful with the A+ 2003 objectives became obvious, the "update" to the previous A+ entries began to make building the pyramids a preferable task. The effort, however glorious in heart, hit a wall that seemed unbreakable. Gudrun came in with the determination rarely seen in life.
MAXIM RATINOV Chishinau, Moldova
Cisco Certified Network Designer & Ad-ministrator
How to thank someone who has contributed to a work in English when it isn't even his 2nd, 3rd or even 4th language? Clearly his first language is IOS ;-) And he has mastered the most important language. That is contribution. Over the years I have gotten to know in a virtual way, Maxim and his family. It is my sincere hope that I get to meet this most generous person, along with his wonderfully supporting wife and his parents, in person. Any company in North America would be wise to sponsor this incredible talent to their benefit.
PHIL HOPKINS from Texas, USA
A+, Network+, Linux+, Security+, CCNA, MCP,
BS in Electrical Engineering and some other stuff
Phil is another one whom I appreciate beyond words and still do not understand. Why anyone would write not one but two awesome chapters on Linux, knowing that it is strictly for the benefit of the reader and not going to be tested as I said. I don't get it. Thankfully, you do.
CHRISTINE SCHMIED from Mississippi, USA
Apple Certified Help Desk Specialist (ACHDS),
Apple Certified Desktop Technician (ACDT),
Apple Certified Portable Technician (ACPT)
On the other side of the river is Christine. In some order of the universe, Phil and Christine must be related. After all, Linux and the MAC OS X series are cousins! Christine brought a huge enthusiasm to the team. She got me sold on getting a G5 based computer as soon as the ?Tiger? O/S releases in the spring of 2005! Thank you Christine, for shedding a light on a better computing way for the rest of us. Maybe you should do a book on Wireless certification!
JAMES PYLES from Idaho USA
Bachelors Degree: Computer Network Support.
Certified as an A+, Network+ and CCNA.
Ah. Here is someone I can sort of understand, since he also calls the Pacific Northwest of the United States home. Now if only I can figure out how he did such a great job of dissecting MS-XP ... Maybe someday I will be as good at communications as he is. Thankfully, you don't have to wait for that someday moment. James whopped the beast called XP. Here, I will thank James for making your world more manageable.
FREDERICK CARR CA USA
Member: ( World Safety Organization (WSO), American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), ASSE Transportation Specialties Practices and Standards Advisory Committee )
Certifications: (WSO-CSS (Bus and Rail), U. S. DOT - Transportation, Safety Institute Transportation Safety and Security Certification, A+, Network +, MCSA )
To say Fred is unique would be an understatement! ;-) He is one of the few team members who I got to meet in the physical world. (And he has some embarrassing JPGs to prove it!) Fred brings to the reader only one or maybe two answers to your success with A+. All of the rest of his work is there to prevent you from winning a Darwin Award. I'll call that a bigger win then passing A+. I'll thank Fred here for saving your life.
GEORGE P. LISTER from TX USA
A+, Network+, Server+, I-Net+, Linux+, HTI+,
eBiz+, CETsr, CST, CNST, CNCT, CCNT, CCTT, CFOT, ISA CCST3
The thanks we ALL owe George (SuperTech on the Internet), cannot be measured. It is SuperTech that showed us all the path of getting a CST . I can say that has pleased more students than I can count. The combination of the old ExamInsight books along with the A+ 4 Real book promises a CST certification . George appears in several parts of the reader, showing his diversity.
MILAN KOSANOVIC from Serbia and Montenegro
MCT, MCDBA, MCSA, MCAD
If I could ask one more favor of Milan, it would be to find me a CTT+ training gig to do in Europe so I could take him and his family to dinner there. My passport is ready soon Milan! ;-) Since Aristotle, the older folks have complained about the younger generation and how the world is going to hell in a hand basket. Milan echoes many of my personal interests. I'll go off pushing daisies in my next career happily knowing Milan is more than enough to fill my shoes. Find out for yourself in this reader.
From Tcat Houser