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Give your IT skills a boost and grab the CompTIA IT Certification Bundle for 95% off in the Techdirt Deals store. The four courses include instructions on how to install & configure hardware, how to set up network connectivity and email for Android and iOS, and how to master security, safety and environmental issues. Once you've completed the courses, you'll be ready to take the CompTIA A+ certification exam and be well on your way to becoming an IT expert.


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    teka, 17 Aug 2015 @ 2:21pm

    Once again we have a non-tangible product supposedly marked down from an incredibly high price. This ephemeral creation evaporates in a year and comes packaged with a host of provisions though not with an actual exam, making the "certification bundle" more of a "study guide"

    Speaking just for myself, it would be great to see sales built around things that the techdirt staff actually curated or endorsed in some way. Maybe you would not be able to offer as many or promote such staggering discounts but it would instill some faith.

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      Will Sizemore (profile), 17 Aug 2015 @ 2:58pm

      Re:

      While I do think that the marked up price is high, I will say that my company paid $4400 for my Network+ and Security+ training classes - with certification exams.

      $49 is an awesome deal, provided these are at least as useful as the Labsim items from Testout.com - weighing in at about $120 a piece. Labsim Security+ was good. Network+ was AWESOME.

      Labsim's Microsoft 70-680 course is pretty good, though I haven't taken the exam yet. I did pass my CompTIA exams the first time.

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        Anonymous Coward, 17 Aug 2015 @ 6:05pm

        Re: Re:

        -- I did pass my CompTIA exams the first time.

        Do you think the course helped you pass it or was being a previously competent technically inclined person more important to your success?

        I've seen tons of people who could pass a certification exam but could not apply that knowledge even if their life depended on it.

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    Anonymous Coward, 17 Aug 2015 @ 2:40pm

    Certification not included. Certification provided by a separate organization at a charge.

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    Anonymous Coward, 17 Aug 2015 @ 6:46pm

    It is not a Certification Bundle. It is a "STUDY BUNDLE". The title is misleading. You can to pay for the vouchers to take the tests separately. Now if you can offer the vouchers at this price I would buy a few of them. I need my network+ and security+

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    Anonymous Coward, 18 Aug 2015 @ 12:25am

    Stop adding the word bundle to everything.

    Its shitty marketing and I'm sick of it. Curse the Humble guys for being successful

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    Me, 18 Aug 2015 @ 5:22am

    Waste of time. If you want a paper certificate then fill your boots but I have seen people hired on paper and sacked within 3 months.

    Buy this at your peril

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