ay seemed only a faint hope. I had read of such things but, at the time, it seemed too great a handicap with which to burden myself. For three years I worked at the collectio. n window of the First National Bank in my home town, and in September, 1910, quit my RHCSA it exam position and left for Minneapolis, determined to RHCSA take at least a year or two at the University of Minnesota. RedHat Certification I had four hundred dollars in my pocket, the result of three years savings. My first work was given to me by the secretary of the University Y. M. C. A., and for two years I took care of the Y. M. C. A. building and the university observatory on the campus. For this, I received twen.ty dollars a month, which helped considerably, especially in view of the fact that I had. joined a fraternity and my expenses were somewhat higher than the average. My first summer vacation was spent in a machine shop and I saved 150.00 from my summer s wages. This and what I had earned while the University was in session paid my expenses 240 the first two years. By this time I had decided to finish my course at any cost. The second and third summer vacations were spent at outdoor carpenter work which proved both remunerative and healthful. In my junior year I was given the care

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EX200 Red Hat Certified System Administrator - RHCSA RedHat RHCSA
RH200 RHCSA Rapid Track Course with Exam RedHat RHCSA