In part one, I detail how to create quality and meaningful flash cards. Part two covers what I have learned about reviewing the flash cards. Flash Card Review: The premise of Anki (and related types of software) is spaced repetitions. To get the most out of the software, you need to make yourself get in […]
I still study for the CCIE R&S. I study for it in some form (and often multiple forms) every single day. My attitude, thought processes, and learning process has changed quite significantly in the last year and a half. My experience is growing, and timelines are starting to become more concrete. I’ve written about this […]
Every old idea will come around again. So learn the fundamentals.
The CCDE (Cisco Certified Design Expert) practical exam which was set for May 11th 2017 has been cancelled. Globally. We still don’t know exactly why (and never will according to Cisco), something about irregularities. But let’s rewind a bit, shall we?
Lewis tells us… He’s been in IT for 5 years, and a network engineer for half of that time. He’s a CCNP interested in SDN. He’s thinking about VCP6-NV, but isn’t sure he has a use-case. He’s considering CCIE R&S, but also looking into Microsoft & Linux certs. Q: “There is such a large amount […]