|13 Jan 2012||#1|
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Computer hardware certifications
Just looking to get some info from more experienced people.
I am interested in a career dealing with computer hardware. I have little interest in programming, and any degree program (AFAIK) requires programming. I would like to stick with hardware as much as possible.
Is it viable to take a computer hardware certification course (like compTIA's course) versus getting a degree? I'm trying to weigh out my options, and would like some opinions.
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