There is some buzz going on at the moment about a guy that has managed to pass his CCIE at something like 18 years of age. Congratulations to him for a job well done. However, I would point out that this isn’t exactly a great achievement. In my opinion, there are people who are much more worthy of recognition for passing a certification.
Someone has popped out the tiresome “you aren’t engineers” issue over at Packetlife. In simple fact, provided you have passed certain qualifications, you certainly are recognised as an engineer.
A quick look at HP’s announcement on their new ExpertONE certification program.
Mental Case for the iPad was released today, and I am well impressed. Looks great, feels great and improves my revision time.
Musing on “learning something” as opposed to “learning to learn something”. I believe this is a vital part of understanding certification.
I’m betting that the CCIE Core Knowledge Question waivers is because of HP. Oh, and making money.
You need to learn what you don’t know to succeed in Networking. Understanding “Just in Case” instead of “Just in Time” learning might help you to understand why.
Some observations on what the changes to the CCNP and CCIE programs tell us about Cisco intentions for their certification programs.
I found this in Cisco’s Certification site today. Allows recruiter’s and employers to confirm your Cisco Certification status.