Thats my first post here.
I love Hardware and pc generally. I am 17 Y.O and im looking forward to be an IT guy or programmer. This time im reading for my COMptia A+ Exam and i can say that it provides me with good information of pc general. But i know that i dont have experience or the knowledge that required yet to see myself as a guy that knows the most about hardware. I want to learn how the most thinks work. i know the most basics and as i read this comptia book i learn everyday new things. Do you have any book or any advice to me? So to learn the world of hardware in detail?
For hands on experience and learning I would check to see if there are any further education colleges nearby which are running computer hardware courses.
I dont think so. But even if they were i cant join them. I have lot of homework and studies since i am at my last school class before university. So college courses are not a solution. I will check WWW and i will tell you my opinion. ( what WWW stands for? i cant find something on google)
World wide web (internet). This (Tom's)is a great place. I spend an hour hear everyday at least. I work for myself as comp tech. Been on my own for 9 years now making $75 in South Florida. I consider it continuing education.