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ccie voice/ccna/ccnp/ccsp/ccda/ccdp/mcse/mcsa

all your base are belong to me!

Taking job offerings for \$600k/yr

pst :)
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Re: certs

With those certs you're worth about \$160k...

Jonathan

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Jack of all trades and master of none.

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What experience do you have to add to this impressive list?

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heh, actually it's what I would like to have one day....I looked in
a ccie book in barnes and noble, and compare it to what I'm just
finishing up the ccna for, and I'm like wtf...I guess it's like any
other subject, study from the ground up and it won't seem confusing.

for ccie voice, and / or R/S what would be a good math basis to have
to aid the learning process, and be beneficial to QoS estimation ?
formulas etc...

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Re: certs

On 21 Jan 2006 10:25:50 GMT, Ryan (none@set.yet) wrote:

Keep at it. CCNA is a 1-book exam. CCNP is a 4-book exam. For CCIE
you'll be reading many thick, expert-level books. Then you'll learn
through the IOS Configuration guides and direct practice.

Algebra, discrete math, and statistics come in handy, but networking
is not very math-intensive.

Re: certs
AS noted above, 5 years of experience will help as much as those certs.
I have CCIE, CCNA.CCDA,CCNP,CCDP,CCVP, CQS(3),MCSE,MCSA,MCSE Messaging,
CNE,MCNE,A+,NEt+,.... the list goes on and on.
The only really worthwhile cert was the CCIE, and at the time the mcse,
but over 12 years, the experience is as important as the certs. Both
together are more valuable than either alone.
There are come morons out there with certs and some seriously qualified
people who dont have any certs. All in all, your work experience and
your knowledge (real knowledge) at intervie time get you a job. Then its
yours to keep or lose.

Cheers
Jason

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