Hacking the IT Cube: The Information Technology Department Survival Guide
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Hacking the IT Cube: The Information Technology Department Survival Guide

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Hacking the Cube is a straightforward and sometimes comical look into the everyday world of information technology. It answers questions that many IT professionals and newcomers ask about the tools and skills needed to survive one of the most complex career fields in the world. Most computer books deal with configuring software and do little to help you learn what you need...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published January 3rd 2006 by Thenetwork Administrator (first published January 1st 2006)
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Adrian Barnes
To summarize the booked called "Hacking The IT Cube" so far it's about how to survive in the information technology world, and things you will need to succed in the computer business. the first chapter mostly talks about the different degrees you can study, and the different computer certifications. Also, talks how your attitude need to be like when pursuing the IT career or looking for a IT job. The second chapter talks about the different position in the information technology department. Also...more
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