Sorry r/btc but I have to unsubscribe from you. This subreddit has completely veered away from bitcoin to bitcoin cash and while I understand your stance that bitcoin cash is closer to the original vision of bitcoin. I no longer get anything useful out of this subreddit with regard to bitcoin or bitcoin cash. My front page is littered with posts from this subreddit spewing negativity and hostileness to bitcoin or as referred to hear as bitcoin core. Yes, r/bitcoin can be guilty of this too but for the most part they have moved past this feud.
Hello Keto, I was wondering if anyone has tried Aldi's Fit Active Original Flatbread?
It says that it only has 7 net carbs! It seems to good to be true. I do one meal a day and I could make some amazing sandwiches out of this for when I can't eat at home. I just don't always trust food labels.
Please let me know if anyone has tried them and if they kicked them out of ketosis?
Hello r/Cisco. I was wondering what are your thoughts on the best command reference books for NP/IE level route switch commands? I've been keeping my own notes on stuff that I use frequently and realized that people have already made whole books by doing the same.
Hey r/Networking. After certifications we all find ourselves using some of those skills more then others. I was wondering what everyone does to refresh themselves on everything that you learned through certification or through past experiences?
I find I run into an acronym or something I forgot talking to coworkers or listening to a podcast/youtube and end out spending an hour getting reacquainted with it.
This helps me stay pretty sharp with stuff I dont have to use often but was wondering if you guys had any other techniques?
Hello, I the last cert I passed was the CCNA Collaboration. I found that it would have been very helpful to study both exams (voice/video) at the same time as there seem to be many many questions on voice exam that related to video and vise versa.
I was curious if this was the same for CCNP R/S? I could imagine that for troubleshoot it is more definitely true. Should I just focus on one exam first or study both before taking either? Please let me know your thoughts.