I am hoping you can enlighten me.
We've been quite happy with the turnout for the IP camera classes, always getting 100+ people per class.
But the interest in the IP networking course is phenomenal. We had 100 people in a week, added a second session and have gotten another 100 registrations in the next week. At this point, we have to close out the March course and open up another one in May.
I am thrilled and certainly not complaining.
I am a little stumped, though. To me, though, knowing cameras (and the knowledge in that course) is much more critical than the knowlege in networking. If you don't understand lensing and pixel density and lighting issue, you are far more likely to deliver a bad system than if you are weak in IP networking.
So, with that said, why are so many more people interested in learning about IP networking than IP cameras?