So I'm trying to get this babby tier desktop support/helpdesk job, and was asked if I had a ccna or any Cisco experience, and bring the moron I am, said no beyond some knowledge of Cisco IOS. I really want/need this job so I've been doing some studying but I don't really know what the most common devices or problems I'm going to run into, but would like to let the hiring manager know that I'm willing to work to close this knowledge gap. What are the most likely Cisco related things for me to run into in a position like this, if anyone knows?
>What are the most likely Cisco related things for me to run into in a position like this
In a desktop support/helpdesk job? None. I doubt the network admins will even let you change the VLANs of access ports. And if they are that retarded thats the most they'll let you do.
That's why I was a bit confused by the question, and this wasn't even mentioned in the email I was sent about the job, had no clue they wanted anything of the sort til I spoke to the guy on the phone.
Why does /g/ hate systemd? Is devuan a considerable change?
Would you be willing to pay an extra tax in your cunt for the internet?
Not a cost of using the net but a fund dedicated to maintaining and improving the lines, speed etc. If so how much would you be willing to pay?
>Not a cost of using the net but a fund dedicated to maintaining and improving the lines, speed etc.
I already pay this "tax", as an extra fee on my internet bill added by my ISP to pay for the cable lease to the company that owns the cable infrastructure.
Hey guys what is the best book to learn Python?
I usually prefer to learn by doing stuff but would like to have a book on the side
You have the internet by your side at all times figgot, you don't need no stinkn book.
Show me a sexier piece of tech
You literally can't
How do I actually make stuff with programming? I've gone through tutorials but know nothing about anything practical. Is it really a case of choosing to do something and then googling?
I already use Ubuntu. Will that give me superpowers over people who don't use linux when programming?
Best retard friendly Linux OS (probably Ubuntu/xbuntu). 1st try installing Mac OS with this hackintosh shit and since I'm apparently brain damaged, I am getting no where so I'm ditching that plan.
>Specs if you're interested
HP ProBook 6470b
Intel Core i5 3320M
Intel HD Graphics 4000
128GB Samsung SSD
>Upgraded to 6GB, planned 8GB
i'm not a game developer;
JVM is my waifu; Java isn't;
i don't work at facebook;
i'm older than 20;
i'm younger than 40;
lisp isn't a weapon; it's a class of weapon;
i'm older than 12;
never needed it;
i have release cycles shorter than 2 years.
Making closed source software is the right of all free men. Imagine how autistic it would be to go to someone's house and refuse to eat a steak dinner they made for you unless they tell you the GPS coordinates of the farm, every meal the cow ate before it was butchered, the type of car used to transport it, the exact steps in how the meat was sliced, etc. because they "might have poisoned it"
>not knowing that if you go to a top notch restaurant they will tell you every detail of the life and death of the food you have in your plate because it actually is a sign of quality, transparency and care
>>not knowing that if you go to a top notch restaurant they will tell you every detail of the life and death of the food you have in your plate because it actually is a sign of quality, transparency and care
Open the backdoor.
Which one does /g/ hate more, systemD or the Windows Registry?
Windows Registry is worse. You can't change it and it's the single biggest point of failure in that crap OS.
Systemd can be replaced with something else and in the case it fails you can easily rescue the system by booting with a different init (because, you know, you can have as many inits installed as you want, it's literally a single parameter passed to the kernel at boot that determines which one to use).
Nobody even wanted 350 and this is way more, what are you doing?
Trying to de-google.
What to use for email?
What to use for cloud storage?
What to use for browser?
What to use for search engine?
>people with good jobs have comparatively low technical skills but far better social skills
>people with actual technical skills are far less promoted and coddled after
When will this bullshit end
But isn't it wrong?
Its fucking supposed to be a meritocracy
I spent thousands of hours in college honing my technical skills while some dumb fag was getting blackout drunk at parties
Its fucking wrong that he gets to be my boss even when i know more than him
Where were you when openmailbox betrayed its users?
Does protonmail support external access now? Considering migrating if so, as much of a pain in the ass as it would be, considering all my market and finance related services use my current omb email.