Thanks to spend your time reading this post on the first day of the new year.
The 2017 was a busy year regards projects and a new area i’ve been exploring myself (Business Development), this is quite new for me but it’s going….
What i mean by Business Development? I’ve been focus only on Engineering (hands-on) which is by far what i really like to do, so i get the implementation plan and GO! Why not dive in the conversation with the customer and understand their challenges, advise what technologies are in the market that really suit them. Presenting cutting-edge technologies and advise the customer is also something i really like.
What do i have for this upcoming year? I’ve done some re-cert’s, like Juniper, VMware and Cisco.
I have do do some re-certs this year too, but i want to focus more on the CCDE than ever, so i’m starting officially today and i hope do the Written in 6 months. I will attend the Cisco Live Barcelona 2018, so i hope get good contacts to push this even further. This is the plan mentally but i know this might has to change a bit.
CCNA Cyber Ops is just around the corner :)
Happy New Year.
IT Battle was a nice game Worldwide, 40 battles and each battle had 3 questions, across different Technologies. The 1º prize was a Full Cisco Live Conference (in Berlin), i didn’t Win but i was in 10º place of 5000 users. Not Bad!
This will be a good session with Speaker(s) Scott Morris – Chief Technology Officer, Copper River IT at Cisco Live for those of us that failed/passed before CP-1010 – Kakorrhaphiophobia of CCIEv5: How to Cope – 1 Hour
I believe that one of the reasons is everyone spread a bad word or seed the fear….Don´t listen it!
Fear… We all have it, whether a lot or a little, but it’s there. Do you watch scary movies with one eye shut? Do you go through Haunted Houses with a death-grip on your best friends’ hand? Did you ever wonder whether those fears were rational?
Interestingly enough, many people surveyed were MORE afraid of the CCIE Lab Exam than they were of scary movies or haunted houses. Kakorrhaphiophobia is the irrational fear of failing. In the CCIE lab, nothing will jump out at you (though I would never advise scheduling a lab on either Halloween or April Fool’s Day just in case!) and the majority of people DO fail the CCIE lab. Sometimes more than once. But the fear can eat you alive, and actually CAUSE the failure itself, making it a self-filling prophecy.
Make your CCIE Lab the best day ever! Pass or Fail, it’s about the journey!
Join us for a look into the psyche of a fragile CCIE Candidate and some of the methods of overcoming that fear of failure along the way!
Óptima leitura para quem vai fazer a nova versão, apresentado no Cisco Live 2014 Milan
BRKCCIE-9162 – CCIE Routing & Switching version 5