Tuesday 6/15/21 Study Update

AWS, 35 minutes: Continuing to memorize the NIST definition on cloud computing. https://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/Legacy/SP/nistspecialpublication800-145.pdf Now have the general definition and all five essential characteristics under my belt. Almost finished with the definition of SaaS, and will be starting in on PaaS in the next day or two. Looking to be finished with this by the end of next weekend, Sunday 6/27/21.

A+ Core Two 220-1002, 90 minutes: Practice test 6 from Jason Dion’s excellent Comp TIA practice exams course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/course/comptia-a-1002-exams/ Though my test is a week from Saturday, I am contemplating pushing the date out by a week or two, as I am still a little under standard and am feeling like I could use a bit more review to give me that last push. Will see how things go over the next week and make a decision then

Math, 40 minutes: Continuing with the cumulative review at the end of chapter 10, dealing with calculating the measure of angles formed inside and outside circles, using various combinations of intercepted arcs in the calculations. My mentor is emphasizing logical rigour with all problems, so the goal is always quality not quantity.

Music, 30 minutes: Finishing up section 37, coding some examples using ‘doneAction: 2’ to help refine the sound output. This also closed out a major section of the text, so I wanted to wait for the next session to start on the next section. https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~ruviaro/texts/A_Gentle_Introduction_To_SuperCollider.pdf https://supercollider.github.io/

Published by pauldparadis

Working towards cloud networking security as a profession.

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