I’m working on too many things – too many technologies, too many vendors. How did I get here ?
I was asked how I organise myself to study, and how do I make time. It not really easy to write it out because I make choices that suit my life, but if someone wants my recommendations or suggestions, here they are.
Internetwork Expert has announced more lab racks coming online in November. Most important is the new time slots which recognise that not every customer lives in America and will suit more customers globally.
CCIE is starting its own CCIE Study program. What does this mean ? Allow me to pontificate.
One of the most common complaints from mendicants is that the written exams are not relevant to daily use of the technology or their jobs, and how am I supposed to learn this stuff ? Eh ? Of course they aren’t relevant. Lets look at this fallacy.
When its comes to achieving certification, only you can do the study. Making excuses for why you haven’t started or about how much it costs, are just excuses.
Is knowledge or experience better when hunting for a position ? It’s a good topic and worth putting some ideas down here and having a discussion.
I have received a couple of comments lately about Certification and taking me to task about my support for certified people. Here’s is Part One of Three (or more) about Certification and why it matters.
Bob Cringely analyses GDP per CCIE in a country to judge their future economic progress. Who cares about the information, this is a huge push for our CCIE certification. Folks, time to think about asking for a raise!
If you have never worked for a Cisco reseller, you may not know about this vital procedure of “attaching” your CCIE status to the reseller.