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Study Material.... CCIE Written

I wanted to make a quick update to share with all of you the information concerning the study materials I will be using.

The first will be the CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies course from… 32 more words


Greetings from the IAP2 Certification Task Force!

We have been meeting since November of 2013 (36 meetings to date!)  To refresh your memory: we were convened by the IAP2 USA Board to develop a professional certification program for the US – but the task force includes members from IAP2 Canada and IAP2 Southern Africa.  251 more words


CCIE Written ... I come for you!!

So the first order of business is to tell all of you what things I will actively be working on for the next couple of weeks. 162 more words



I, sincerely, hope that this blog may be useful to my fellow engineers. However, the main purpose of the site is to provide myself an outlet to document my studies and any other related topic I may find interesting. 11 more words


I Am Certified!

On Sunday I completed my training and received my certification for aromatherapy!

I am so thankful for this opportunity and the chance to grow and do good in what I love – and to give glory to God in it all! 35 more words

Belay Certified!

Molly and I went back to Brooklyn Boulders yesterday and used our free full day pass (that came with our “Learn the Ropes” lesson) to get belayed certified. 152 more words


Wanted: Highly skilled tech workers, $100,000-plus salary, no college required

While the debate over the value of a college education goes on, a peculiar trend is picking up speed in the IT job market. Shortages of certain skills have become so severe that they’re making formal education irrelevant. 443 more words


Randy Coffland reblogged this on Technology Tidbits... and commented:

To those who don't want to go to college and would rather jump right in... Of course, you'll still need intelligence and experience ;-)