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  1. Tecnomancer trojin's Avatar
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    #51
    Quote Originally Posted by Rinzler View Post
    Dress Better for Success
    yeah...
    this also in my plans - from March/April 2018
    "dress according to the position you want to be"
    I'm just doing my job, nothing personal, sorry
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    To take care of the CCIE R/S.
    2018: CCIE Written (R/S) (done - Jan), CCIE R/S
    After that: MBA, OSCP
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    - LFCS (this was a goal for 2017, but had to postpone it). Have to check this by March
    - OSCP - no more drooling at this, I am going to start it after I go through my preparation checklist. Goal is to root all machines in the lab before registering for the exam

    Work might throw some other certs my way, which I will pursue outside these 2 main objectives. One of them is CISSP, but I am far from the experience requirements. Hoping for a GCIH
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    I want my CCNA by June, minimal of CCNENT. By the end of 2018 I definitely want my full CCNA cert as well as CEH (if I decide to get it, still on the fence) and CCNA: Security.

    I would also like the prefect chocolate milkshake
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    Looking forward to starting MCSA, either Server 2012 or Server 2016 depending on how a possible promotion goes. Also planning to sit ICND2, Project+, and ITIL Foundations. May start into WGU for the IT Management program. I've been looking for work in Orlando but found out last week I'm on a shortlist for a promotion as a supervisor at another facility resigned. Depending on that promotion, I may have to work a Red Hat cert into my schedule.
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    #56
    For 2018 :

    1. Put on hold the CCDE written exam (Forever ?)
    2. PLC,Automation college certificates (ended very soon)
    3. Wireless multi-vendors certifications.
    4. MSCE mobility
    5. CTT+ (theory)
    6. eCPPT
    7. Going to a CISCO Live event (First one) .
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    #57
    Within 2 months *after* you take an exam (doesn't matter if you pass or fail), you will forget everything and I mean everything, if you do not use it. It cracks me up how people list their certs under their name as if they own all that information they passed, it's a fallacy, a misnomer and the biggest balderdash known to man.

    For 2018, I am going to put quality, yes quality in 1 cert, just one and focus on that so I can commit information long-term and truely be an asset to whatever it is I am doing, not just to stroke my ego and claim a cert I got that is no longer relevant to anything it is I am doing.

    2018 goal: put QUALITY into something so I can truely claim it forever and not just artifically.
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    #58
    Quote Originally Posted by Masked_King View Post
    Within 2 months *after* you take an exam (doesn't matter if you pass or fail), you will forget everything and I mean everything.
    I still remember some of the things I learned back in high school (Technical - Industrial electronics) almost 20 years ago.

    If you study to learn, even if you forget it, it will be really easy for you to recall the information later, if you study to pass then yes you will forget everything 2 weeks after you pass the exam.
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    #59
    The last certification exam I took was on 12/30/16, which was the Palo Alto PCNSE 7

    2018 I plan to learn a lot about R&S/SP to start my CCDE journey. Maybe along the way I'll take the PCNSE 8 and maybe CCDA.
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    #60
    My cert goals for this year as I got none last year.... (long story)

    1. AWS Security associate
    2. eJPT
    3. CCNA
    4. OSCP
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    #61
    Quote Originally Posted by Masked_King View Post
    Within 2 months *after* you take an exam (doesn't matter if you pass or fail), you will forget everything and I mean everything, if you do not use it. It cracks me up how people list their certs under their name as if they own all that information they passed, it's a fallacy, a misnomer and the biggest balderdash known to man.

    For 2018, I am going to put quality, yes quality in 1 cert, just one and focus on that so I can commit information long-term and truely be an asset to whatever it is I am doing, not just to stroke my ego and claim a cert I got that is no longer relevant to anything it is I am doing.

    2018 goal: put QUALITY into something so I can truely claim it forever and not just artifically.
    Keep your own personal limitations to yourself and your own career. You do not speak for anyone here but yourself. Good luck with your one cert, the rest of us have bigger goals.
    2018 Goals: eCPPT (2nd attempt), OSCP, SpecterOps: Adversary Tactics Red Team OPS
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    #62
    Quote Originally Posted by Masked_King View Post
    Within 2 months *after* you take an exam (doesn't matter if you pass or fail), you will forget everything and I mean everything, if you do not use it. It cracks me up how people list their certs under their name as if they own all that information they passed, it's a fallacy, a misnomer and the biggest balderdash known to man.

    For 2018, I am going to put quality, yes quality in 1 cert, just one and focus on that so I can commit information long-term and truely be an asset to whatever it is I am doing, not just to stroke my ego and claim a cert I got that is no longer relevant to anything it is I am doing.

    2018 goal: put QUALITY into something so I can truely claim it forever and not just artifically.
    You are the bad news bear..
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    #63
    My Goal Is to get my Sec+. I see a lot of people goals are for Cisco Certs, why is that? I'm currently working for the DoD and I need to get either Sec+ or CCNA. Why are a lot of people on the Cisco Path?
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    #64
    Quote Originally Posted by CodeHaVoC View Post
    My Goal Is to get my Sec+. I see a lot of people goals are for Cisco Certs, why is that? I'm currently working for the DoD and I need to get either Sec+ or CCNA. Why are a lot of people on the Cisco Path?
    CCNA Cyber OPS is newest Cisco cert path. In future should replace SCYBER exam on CCNP level.
    Most people are doing this cert for free with Cisco Scholarship
    https://mkto.cisco.com/Security-Scholarship
    I'm just doing my job, nothing personal, sorry
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    #65
    Quote Originally Posted by GirlyGirl View Post
    You are the bad news bear..
    I hate girly girls (it's the whole networking is a man thing, in me) so I will answer by saying everything I said is null and void as long as you put quality in and can commit everything to long-term memory.
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    #66
    Quote Originally Posted by Masked_King View Post
    (it's the whole networking is a man thing, in me)
    Oh this should be good. *grabs popcorn waiting for Iris to chime in*
    Have: CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, GCIA, GSEC, AWS CCP, CEHv8, CHFIv8, ITIL-F, BSBA - UF, MSISA - WGU
    Currently Working On: MS Cybersecurity, AWS Certified Security - Specialty, Learning Linux & Python
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoCal19 View Post
    Oh this should be good. *grabs popcorn waiting for Iris to chime in*
    You just like watching me play with my food
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    #68
    Quote Originally Posted by Masked_King View Post
    I hate girly girls (it's the whole networking is a man thing, in me) so I will answer by saying everything I said is null and void as long as you put quality in and can commit everything to long-term memory.
    Ignorance is not cute, funny, or endearing. If you aren't retaining anything from your certs, it means that you're not working at a job that puts them into practice and you're not choosing to lab it up on the side. Don't be dolt and rip down other people's accomplishments because of your own laziness or lack of career growth.


    xoxoxoxoxoxo - some woman in networking
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iristheangel View Post
    Ignorance is not cute, funny, or endearing.
    one of these days, he'll say something relevant
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    2018:
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    - Get a Job in a leader position/project management
    - PMP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iristheangel View Post
    Ignorance is not cute, funny, or endearing. If you aren't retaining anything from your certs, it means that you're not working at a job that puts them into practice and you're not choosing to lab it up on the side. Don't be dolt and rip down other people's accomplishments because of your own laziness or lack of career growth.


    xoxoxoxoxoxo - some woman in networking
    Choosing to lab things up on the side now, thanks for the vine. me, lazy, nahh. not anymore.
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    #73
    vmware certs
    cissp
    mba or phd. im still deciding.
    Everyone's telling me I am not a people person. So, CCIE RS (I am coming for you!)
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    MCSE: Cloud Platform & Infrastructure
    MCSA: Office 365

    Don't know what else. Running out of MS certs to do.
    Certifications: CompTIA A+, MCP, MCSA: Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, Windows 10
    Studying: Exam 70-414: Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure
    Want: MCSA: Office 365, MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Exam 70-414: Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure), Network+, Security+
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoCal19 View Post
    Oh this should be good. *grabs popcorn waiting for Iris to chime in*
    *agreed*
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