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Community College of Philadelphia (Computer Forensics)
Greetings, I am a South Philly Native, now living in Delaware County. I have devoted time to learning about select subjects to the best of my ability. I'm not a professional educator, but I strive to be knowledgeable. However I am aware all knowledge is tentative. History has demonstrated that what believe to know is subject to change at any time.
I am on this website because I am passionate in spreading knowledge, providing my own analysis, and hearing what your critical response or review can be that challenges my own beliefs. My style would be summarized as an effort to help you learn by thinking critically about what we review, and not merely taking taking my word or for that matter anybody's word on it.
I hold a Comptia A+ Certification. I've earned 63 credits towards a Computer Forensics associate degree from CCP. I'm also a graduate of Lincoln Tech PC Support Program.
Well for one, I am a person who passionately reads/ listens to about 50-60 books on English, Holy Roman Empire, and general Euro History from about The Norman conquest onward.
If you are interested and we are a match for a knowledge transfer, We can discuss what you need help with and I will take my resources and augment them with the necessary research ahead of time so that we can come up with a game plan suited for your intellectual enrichment. Greetings, I am a South Philly Native, now living in Delaware County. I have devoted time to learning about select subjects to the best of my ability. I'm not a professional educator, but I strive to be knowledgeable. However I am aware all knowledge is tentative. History has demonstrated
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