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  1. Junior Member
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    #76
    I just passed part 1 today. I'm not sure if I'm going to get around to actually taking part 2 as I just accepted another job offer and will need to get up to speed on that for a while.
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    #77
    So...I've just gotten my pleasant email from ISC(2) congratulating me on my ISSAP concentration and I am curious about TOGAF as a next certification. I have only recently learned they offered it and the price seems acceptable, assuming I self-study again like I did for CISSP and ISSAP.

    On the other hand, I haven't seen it mentioned for the jobs I've been researching, so I'm not sure if there might be something more efficient, ROI wise? I have been looking at some of the SANS certs but with my present employer it has been a challenge to get training/certification funding. Also, for those of you who have done it, is there a terrible delay from passing to completion?
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    #78
    This thread is the dogs bollocks. This might be the inspiration i need to knuckle down and get ti done.
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    #79
    Did everyone abandoned this cert already?
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    #80
    I believe Phil obtained his.
    Have: CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, GCIA, GSEC, CEHv8, CHFIv8, ITIL-F, BSBA - University of Florida, MSISA - WGU
    Currently Working On: MS Cybersecurity, Learning Python
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    Reading:​ Python Crash Course
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  7. Are we having fun yet? UnixGuy's Avatar
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    #81
    Where is Philz? he disappeared
    Goal: GCFA (DONE), GPEN
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    #82
    Sorry, I've been heads down with about 5 different programs I am managing, writing an e-book, and doing some consulting.

    Yes, I obtained the TOGAF Certified cert. Took about 2 weeks to study for if I remember correctly.

    -Phil
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    #83
    A great thanks to philz1982 for all his inputs about TOGAF here. His whole overview of the exam topics helped when I started to recapitulate the stuff. And so I could pass in one step both parts of the exam (I took the TOGAF Part 1 & 2 combined exam). Of course I learned thoroughly before...

    Thanks!
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    #84
    philz, can togaf be booked vis pearson vue?
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    #85
    Yes, this can be booked via Pearson Vue but first you have to register with The Open Group and choose the exam you want to take. Then you will be redirected to Pearson Vue website and can schedule/book your exam.
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    #86
    Other TOGAF resources:

    1. A TOGAF Framework Explorer
    2. A Good Introduction - What is TOGAF?
    3. Open Group TOGAF Version 9 -- Sample Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
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    #87
    I have started working on it and planning for the exam on next month.
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    #88
    Anybody got any tips for studying for part 2?
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    #89
    TOGAF is on my to-do list lol.
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    #90
    Any senior professional looking to jump into the architect space should get TOGAF for sure, or SOA depending on your previous experience and who you are going to work for.

    In fact a lot of the solution / data architect I work with only have TOGAF + degree or degrees.

    Once I gain a few more years of experience I am getting this and applying for Architect positions. Love the challenge and the pay.
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