t.wittenhorst at web.de
Wed Apr 9 16:25:14 EDT 2008
Anselm Lingnau schrieb:
> Alan McKinnon wrote:
>> Does the concept of "tutorials" for an advanced exam ring huge alarm
>> bells in your heads like it does in mine? I consider that someone who
>> desires a study guide for an expert exam is in no position to be
>> remotely close to writing the exam. Such a person does not need a study
>> guide, they need another three years behind the keyboard gaining real
>> world experience.
> This is what I keep telling people who ask us to send them our training
> manuals »for LPIC-1, LPIC-2, and LPIC-3«. They tend to not like this answer.
I suggest to make a difference between a tutorial for self study (that
is at a beginner's level) and a "tutorial" that is a kind of reminder
before taking an exam (for the expert with a lot of practice).
To be fair I have to say that even after years of practice, I still
haven't touched *all* the options (not to talk about the long-options)
of all the commands and config files - well nearly all -, and I
personally find it helpful to prepare myself for an exam with some kind
of "tutorial" that gives a brief description of all the stuff I must
keep in mind.
Just that. I share Your opinions.
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