One Answer to One Question is Not Enough
Wowm this sucks!
I'n still taking that course, preparing for an exam, but on my way to
that exam I go to my parents' place. I tell them about the exam and
about that book I've bought.
So, my daddy asks me about what I learn to do as a technician, and I tell
start by taking about the first chapter. Then he comes up with a scenario:
"Mom does not have a DVD drive and wants to install an operating system...".
I suggest using a USB device. Because USB port can replace almost everything.
Guess what? the question repeats itself.
Why? If I wanted to install an operating system, I would know what to do.
I once installed FreeBSD from scratch and from the internet because I did
not have a DVD and the CD did not have enough space for a full installation
ISO. And I know how to set the BIOS to boot from a flash memory.
I can browse the internet and find how to install an operating system.
The hardest part is to give a simple answer to someone who asks a question.
I want to succeed at the first try.
Because in life - unlike on an exam - one answer to one quesion is not enough,
I want to acquire a profession, but not to work let alone being asked