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Wannabe Geek
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Topic # 147348 16-Jun-2014 21:19
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Hi all,

This isn't really a startup... I just recently decided that it'd be cool to make a novel website based around a study buddy approach to MCP training.

Basically, what I'm doing is hosting all my study notes on www.freemcptraining.com and inviting others to do that same. The idea is that:

As an IT professional, I find learning for MCP quite honerous - I know most of the stuff I'm reading but have to read it anyway to get the little exam nuggets that you don't need in your day to day jobs. I also find exam materials expensive. So I figured, that if I write notes as I study and share them online in a good format, then others can use them to revise quickly - for free. If others share their notes in the same format (based around the MCP syllabus), then I can learn from them quickly rather than take ages reading through a book.

So, I guess what I'm looking for in the forum is for people to have a look at my website and see if it's useful to them, message me through the site if they want to join up to post their notes and also critique my concept!

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1081277 5-Jul-2014 01:05
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Booked in to do 70-687 later this month, will look at your resource/blog for sure.

thanks for sharing.

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