Kurt Hudson

Kurt
Hudson

Kurt Hudson is president of Hudlogic, a computer training, consulting, and writing services firm, and the author of technical books about A+ certification, Cisco routers, and MCSE topics. He is an MCSE, an MCSE+Internet, an MCT, and an A+ Certified Technician.

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Certifiable Q&A for August 11, 2000
This week's questions cover topics similar to those you can find on Exam 70-087: Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Information Server 4.0.
A+ Certification 4
A+ certification qualifies the competency of entry-level IT service technicians and is one of the most widely supported certifications in the computer industry.
Adaptive Testing 4
Adaptive tests use a few target questions to assess a certification candidate's ability level and adjust the number of questions based on the candidate's performance during the exam. Is this format the future of certification?
A+ Certification Online Resources 4
You can find information about A+ certification on the Internet. Here is a list of some links.
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