Other vendors such as Juniper and AWS have already started doing it, now it’s Cisco’s turn to offer online testing. This is especially welcome in Covid times where it’s difficult to go visit an on-premises Pearson/Vue test center. Starting April
Major Updates to Cisco Certifications Part IV (CCIE)
The CCIE, now 25 years old, has always been the pinnacle of Cisco certifications. There has been a lot of buzz on the importance of certs, and the CCIE, in the “new” era. For that reason, it’s more important than
Major Updates to Cisco Certifications Part III (CCNP)
What is changing for CCNP? And why? Some of the problems that existed in the current CCNP were: No way of showing progress until you took all 3 exams and became CCNP certified, usually a 1+ year commitment Needed to
Major Updates to Cisco Certifications Part II (CCNA)
Let’s go more into depth what the new updates really mean. We will start by analyzing the CCNA. As I described in the previous post, gone are the days of having 11 different tracks, instead there is 1 exam. Why?
Major Updates to Cisco Certifications
As you most likely will have seen, Cisco is “rebooting” their certifications to better align with what is expected of the future work force. As I’ve been busy with Cisco Live, I’m only now starting to write these posts. I’m
Passed AWS Solutions Architect Associate
Hi, Yesterday I took the AWS Solutions Architect Associate and passed it which means I’m now certified. I started studying for this exam around the August time frame. I had wanted to get some exposure to public cloud to broaden
General – Why Are Certification Exams Not Higher Quality?
I was reading Ivan’s blog as I often do when I came across this post about why certifications suck. The author Robert Graham had a sample question from the GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN) exam. The question looked like this: By