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    #276
    Cert grabbers - used to be one myself.

    Now it's about doing certs that you use every day. Otherwise its a waste of;

    time
    effort
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    memory
    your moral
    personal life

    30+ certs deep I am only now maintaining the ones I use
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    #277
    Bettsy agreed......
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    #278
    Yes, I am glad I've got certs from Microsoft, VMware, Citrix, Cisco, Google etc as it helps me as a consulting architect.

    Nothing is more impressive to a client if you are discussing Office 365, they happen to mention an issue with Citrix and you can offer on the fly advice about it based on a cert/lab experience you did 3 years ago

    But going forward I like playing golf and scuba diving far too much to be a cert grabber anymore.
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    #279
    GCIA for sure, maybe CEH.
    "You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try." - Homer Simpson
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    #280
    I have quite a bunch of certifications on my own and some of them are not put to best use due to the lack in demand or not knowing the real demand. Recently I have stumbled upon a startup that might help you too get notice on the certifications acquired and why not, see what others have interest in getting certified as. Keep in mind it is only at the beginning, but might be of value in few years and might be glad to be with me among early adopters : https://www.xpertr.com/register/
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    #281
    Quote Originally Posted by cristinabalan View Post
    I have quite a bunch of certifications on my own and some of them are not put to best use due to the lack in demand or not knowing the real demand. Recently I have stumbled upon a startup that might help you too get notice on the certifications acquired and why not, see what others have interest in getting certified as. Keep in mind it is only at the beginning, but might be of value in few years and might be glad to be with me among early adopters : https://www.xpertr.com/register/
    I don't join shady looking websites with a SSL certs that has been expired for a year and half.... especially when there are free options available like Let's Encrypt. If they can't get their SSL cert right in over a year and half what else are they getting wrong? Pass.
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    #282
    Quote Originally Posted by iBrokeIT View Post
    I don't join shady looking websites with a SSL certs that has been expired for a year and half.... especially when there are free options available like Let's Encrypt. If they can't get their SSL cert right in over a year and half what else are they getting wrong? Pass.
    Quite ironic when you regularly post to a web site that doesn't even use SSL.
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    #283
    Quote Originally Posted by Verities View Post
    Quite ironic when you regularly post to a web site that doesn't even use SSL.
    Oh...oh...oh...burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrn
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    #284
    My goal is to get an HTML 5 certificate and finish my course in BootStrap.
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    #285
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    #286
    you guys doing this in the next 3 days?
    Studying: LFCS
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    Upcoming Exam: GWAPT

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    #287
    For this 2017 I want to pass:

    CCNA R&S
    LPIC
    Comptia security

    And if I have time get MCSA or VCP6-DCV. Which one of this 2 is better for security orientation?
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    #288
    I took VCP6-DCV to maintain my older VCP certs. 2 weeks ago, I took my SSCP. I am working on my CISSP for late Q2. In May, I will be at VeeamON for VMCE training and probably wrote the test onsite. Q3 and Q4 will be for MCSA/MCSE on Server 2016
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    #289
    I would like to finish my WGU bachelor's degree within my next term(starts next month) and I need to knock out the following Cisco certs to accomplish that:

    CCENT
    CCNA:R&S
    CCNA:Security

    I am unsure of the difficulty of these exams but I'm going to try and squeeze them in before the year ends if I pass my Cisco exams in time:
    CEH
    CHFI
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    #290
    LOL, it would be fun to necropost here on if we accomplished what we wanted. I honestly reached exactly zero of my goals... Too much stuff was going on last year...
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    #291
    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleNNs View Post
    1) AWS CSA Assoc
    2) AWS Developer
    3) AWS SysOps
    4) RHCSA
    5) Half of the CCNA DC (to renew my CCNA)

    Time Permitting:
    6) MCTS: Active Dir 2008
    7) RHCE
    I did none of this. I had already passed my 3 AWS exams by the time I had posted this last year haha. AND I let my CCENT and CCNA expire this year -- what a shame.
    Hopefully I'll do better this year with following through with my goals. I'm about to revive my RHCE thread from last year.
    Goals for 2017:
    RHCSA, RHCE, LFCS: Ubuntu | Project+ | AWS Certified DevOps Engineer | Learn Docker, Kubernetes, Prometheus, Golang | Improve Python Programming
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    #292
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike7 View Post
    Tentative targets for 2016 are certs with C in them.
    1. CCSK
    2. CCSP
    3. eCPPT
    4. OSCP
    5. MCSA 2012
    Did not achieve all my targets as I changed job in end 2015 and did a bit of post grad studies.

    I did pass CISA in late 2015, got GCIH in 2016 and picked up hands on experience with ESXi 6, Juniper and a couple of security appliances. So far I have obtained ECSA and CCSP in Q1. CCSK is no longer a priority; I see job postings asking for CCSP but not CCSK. I intend to focus on pen test certs this year going for eLearnSecurity, CREST before diving into OSCP late this year. Hey, it seems that CompTia may even come out with a pen test cert.
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    #293
    Huawei HCNP
    Cisco CCDA
    Cisco CCDP

    then i`m moving towards my Msc in network security

    Hopefully in the future depending on how things goes ill either pursue Juniper or Cisco for SP stuff (id rather go Cisco SP)
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