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May 19, 2017

OMG What fun!

So now I've been in the course/lab for a little bit and I have to admit it's pretty fun. I'm learning a lot more on the keyboard than 10 books combined. It's like giving an archeologist their own dig site. It's a great place to practice, practice, practice. Explore, test and document in a place that was built specifically for that purpose.

So here's what I can tell you about what I've learned. Don't worry about the amount of time you buy. You will probably get to a certain point - and then schedule the exam. And if you would happen to pass, you don't "lose" the lab time. It's still yours to use. So why would you use it? Because it's FUN... it's a challenge. Apparently there are a few devices that are particularly difficult. The exam challenges you to a certain level. The lab is practice to prepare you for the exam. And you don't have to get all the devices to get to the level that you need to pass the exam. So from what I'm hearing - you will probably take the exam with some devices still not compromised.

This course does make you THINK. It's definitely not a "spoon-fed" type of class. They will lead you to the tools and you have to figure out how to adapt them to your situation. The videos are really good. They don't cover everything that you will encounter, but what they do cover is well done. He makes it look and sound soooo easy. And in reality, it is that easy (once you know how).

Posted by BlueWolf on May 19, 2017 09:47 PM