how to be good at IT?

Asked By: littlecat1705 - 9/26/2006
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It's really something that cannot be taught. Most really good IT people took 1-3 years of thier lives and did what is called cacooning. That is you ate, slept and lived in the world of computers. You voraciously read everything you can get your hands on about the core of the technologies. You learn how a machine works... More
Answered By: draciron - 9/26/2006
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take a few courses
Answered By: Ed - 9/26/2006
If u want it Professionally its not a one day job and if u want it personally prefer some good IT magazines they give a great knowledge about all in IT! but remember good ones Only they will prove to be the best value
Answered By: Rohit_curious - 9/26/2006
You need to identify an area within IT. As hardware,software,networking, other. After this further specify sub area like particular skill set like Database,Java,C. You need to go through a course to develop particular knowledge. That's IT.
Answered By: avn - 9/26/2006
Take a job, work entry level help desk. Learn the place from bottom to top.
Answered By: Earl D - 9/26/2006
It seems that everyone else assumes that IT is I.T. while I will wonder wheter you mean in For Unlawful Carnel Knowledge...Both forms of the question may be answered the same way....Practice, Practice, Practice...Good Luck with IT
Answered By: diemartel65 - 9/26/2006
As one of the other people have said, get a job in one form or another in the industry. You can also get your hands on some books from the library. If you feel that IT is for you then you can start taking some classes and get some of your certs. If you are real good with computers it will be very easy. If you're... More
Answered By: Snowman - 9/26/2006
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