I’ve got this, and two more to go and then I’m done with the books. Off Monday but have interviews set up Monday and Tuesday. Monday is for a remote NA/SA spot with Race Track (large regional gas station) and Tuesday is with a recruiter to follow up on a previous engagement. There are few things out but most things pay reasonably well. Excited to see what happens. Also purchased a decent pickup for a guitar and I’m going to put it in my self and pull out basically all the wiring out of a cheap guitar I purchased and rewire it with just one pickup and a volume. Its currently got two pickups, a switch and volume/tone in a cheap LTD SG copy. I need to learn soldering for varying reasons but I mean, I essentially work on electronics and might be good to know some basics about checking things with a meter and putting things together. Currently I have no use for stuff like raspberry PIs but I see the use in learning to put stuff together. I think I will also buy a kit for a fuzz pedal that comes with all the transistors, the board and all that stuff and you basically solder it together. I bought a 300-500 dollar pedal off of Facebook the other day and I got it for 125 dollars because one of the switches doesn’t work right on it. The switch doesn’t really do any thing but if I replace it I can probably make money on a resale if I feel like it. And I would probably take that money and buy a phaser pedal lol.
Lets uha, do this CCNA thing…
Dude, I’m aware of this in virtualization and Hyper-V but I have no clue on this in Cisco world but lets give this a stab. Normally, In Azure the function that is every thing is called A. In this case of SDA, thats some how not CLI, what the fuck lol ok boomers. OK…. Lets go with C
I mean, again B?
None of this matters in Meraki? .. Cop alert…. yeah we got this one… Honestly no clue what the “answer is”
Again, no clue.
Very, Very good. A and B for sure happen. I mean, routs exist. D is a plan, I mean, ok
Well, I may do another one in a little bit and then start into the VCE Monday but we will see how it goes. Anyway, This is probably my favorite Sabbath riff.