Network configuration + Remote Desktop Protocols in Linux - pure thoery


Today, I've decided to share my thoughts on the next two chapters of the course I'm currently taking. Over the past few days, I've mainly focused on theory, which provides a solid foundation, but I'm starting to miss some practical application. It's a pity that we didn't have any new tasks to solve. Nevertheless, I'm not losing my enthusiasm because I know that what I'm learning will have practical applications.

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to learn the basics of network configuration. It's truly fascinating how much can be achieved by understanding how networks operate and how to configure them. It's a crucial skill in today's digital world, where everything is interconnected through networks.

Today's lesson topic is "Remote Desktop Protocols in Linux." I'm very excited to delve into this subject. Having the ability to remotely access a computer is not only convenient but also highly practical, especially in today's remote work environment. I hope to gain new skills that I can utilize in the future.

I'm thinking of dedicating some time this evening to reading the next lesson in the course. Not only to meet the course requirements but also because I'm genuinely interested in the topic and want to further develop myself.

Now that I have a plan for the weekend, I'm eagerly anticipating the next challenges and learning opportunities. I hope you all have a fantastic and productive weekend too!


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