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    #51
    Throw me in for an MCTS and an MCITP as well....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bl8ckr0uter View Post
    Throw me in for an MCTS and an MCITP as well....
    Are you sure this time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertKaucher View Post
    Are you sure this time?
    Yea. Work is making me in charge of the Win7/Server 2008 upgrades so...I guess I should lol. I think I am going to go the pure MCITP path as well (no MCSA upgrade). I might pick up an MCTS in SCCM as well since we are rolling that out. Sigh....lol

    New goals:

    MCITP:EA
    MCTS:7 and possibly SCCM
    WCNA
    GSEC
    C|EH
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    #54
    Quote Originally Posted by Bl8ckr0uter View Post
    MCITP:EA
    MCTS: SCCM (possibly) and/or WCNA
    MCTS:7
    GSEC
    C|EH
    Busy year.

    I haven't finalized my list of 2011 (and likely never will) but that looks pretty similar to what I'm thinking about.
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    I think it is doable. I am not at all happy about the MS stuff lol but I do what I gotta do. I might do SA instead of EA and upgrade later but I need to get real savvy with MS 2008 and Win7 (as well as SCCM).
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    #56
    I agree about the dark side. My hunger for knowledge is seemingly unable to be tamed. I shall fight the burnout, come out of retirement (study retirement, that is :P) and vacation later. Here is my new prophecy:

    Q4 2010: CCNA:S
    Q1 2011: CEH
    Q2 2011: Start reading WCNA material
    Q3 2011: Chill
    Q4 2011: Begin Cybersecurity Masters program
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    #57
    Quote Originally Posted by Bl8ckr0uter View Post
    . I might do SA instead of EA and upgrade later

    You can't actually upgrade it's a different cert so you need another three exams to get the EA (643, 647 and a client exam)
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    Quote Originally Posted by za3bour View Post
    You can't actually upgrade it's a different cert so you need another three exams to get the EA (643, 647 and a client exam)
    I know I meant take the other exams.
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    I plan to finish my MCITP: SA, Network+, and maybe do Security+ before EOY.

    2011 plans are CCNA, MCITP: EA (just two tests away from it) and that's it for right now. I may try to find my niche in a systems administrator position before the end of next year. After that if I want to expand more as far as specializations go then I'll probably consider what to do in 2012 past that.
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    CCNA Security
    CCSP
    Exchange
    CCNA Voice
    CCVP
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    VMware

    In reality, I probably will barely make it to the Exchange cert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmypizzle83 View Post
    CCNA Security
    CCSP
    Exchange
    CCNA Voice
    CCVP
    Citrix
    VMware

    In reality, I probably will barely make it to the Exchange cert.
    If you are able to do all that in one year, I'll put you on a pedestal and worship you for the rest of me life.

    Seriously though, that's a very tough ask unless you do all that regularly in real life.
    VCDX: DCV - Round 2 rescheduled (by VMware) for December 2017.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essendon View Post
    If you are able to do all that in one year, I'll put you on a pedestal and worship you for the rest of me life.

    Seriously though, that's a very tough ask unless you do all that regularly in real life.


    Ya, id love to accomplish all of that in a year, but I probably will barely get to the Exchange material. I do deal with Cisco equipment daily and do a lot of network security overhauls, but that is more of a wish list, than something i'll be able to accomplish in a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veritas_libertas View Post
    What on earth? We haven't even reached Christmas yet!
    I agree with you 100%, it’s still October.
    M y plans for 2010
    Pass the Network + exam.. Exam scheduled for Nov 22
    Graduate with my Associate of Applied Science degree in Information Technology 2010.
    Look, apply, and get my first IT job( help desk)
    2011:
    Security+
    Microsoft windows cert 70-680 windows 7
    And study for the MCTIP (I need to find out more information about all the exams and objectives for this exam)
    After that who knows…..
    Someday I would like go back to school, so that I can pursue a bachelor degree program.
    I really want to take the security + exam this year, but I typically study for one exam at a time.
    When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened."

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    #64
    My list keeps changing:

    Q4 2010: MCSE: Security (only need 70-29, CCNA:Security, MCITP: EA
    Q1 2011: MCSE: Messaging, CEH, WireShark Certified Network Analyst
    Q2 2011: CCSP (IOS Security, ASA Foundation)
    Q3 2011: CCSP (IPS, ASA Advanced)
    Q4 2011: MCITP: EMA 2010

    That is assuming the CCSP doesn't change beforehand, or that I don't flip-flop back to CCNP. Also will finish up my Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity in May 2011, and then immediately roll it into an MS in Cybersecurity or Cybersecurity Policy (which will be only four more courses... six credits each, though... finish in May 2012).
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    #65
    Quote Originally Posted by NetworkingStudent View Post
    I really want to take the security + exam this year, but I typically study for one exam at a time.
    Alot of overlap between Network+ and Security+....you could still do it this year if you wanted to do it in december. Just get a copy of Get Certified Get Ahead since that's the preferred guide (it really is though), read it in 10 days, take test and then pass.
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    I want to:

    1. Finish my CCNA
    2. CCNA: Wireless
    3. CWNA
    4. CCNA: Voice
    5. CTP+
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    I plan on getting my CCENT before the end of the year. Probably within a months time. After the CCENT at the beginning of the year I'm thinking about taking 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring.

    Then I'll finish my CCNA. After that I'll probably do a windows 7 exam either 70-680 or I might decide to do the 70-682 instead. I should get at least one more in depending on what class I take next fall maybe the CCNA: voice.
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    Default 2011 Plans

    I have to decide between:

    Microsoft path (MCSE....)

    or

    Cisco (CCNA)

    at this point is going to be Microsoft, due to job requirements, although I would prefer Cisco,
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    2011 will be the year I finally get some certs and it only took 13 years of working in IT to finally do it...lol.

    I plan on taking:
    A+, Sec+, MS 70-680, 70-640, 70-642, 70-643, 70-646 (MCITP:SA and EA), CCNA and CCNA:Security and maybe LPI1 or Linux+.

    I've got a LONG year ahead of me....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danoob View Post
    I have to decide between:

    Microsoft path (MCSE....)

    or

    Cisco (CCNA)

    at this point is going to be Microsoft, due to job requirements, although I would prefer Cisco,

    I am in the same boat, but I think I am going the Cisco route
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    Remainder of 2010: 70-648, 70-643
    Before Feb 2011: 70-647

    I'd like to complete the EA before Feb 2011.. I think that is definitely doable but I need to get out of my current slump. Upon finishing the EA, I am going to divert from MS for a short period and do the CCNA:S. I would say that around May 2011, I will begin studies for my CISSP. I am looking to complete my CISSP by September of 2011. From that point, I plan on taking it easy for the rest of the year. The Exchange certs in my signature are still up in the air and I'm not sure how much I really want to do them. I might mix in ITIL for the heck of it but I'm trying to be a little more realistic with my goals this year so that I can accomplish them.
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    I hope I can just post goals in general in here and have it be relevant. I'm not a big certification person but like to steadily pass tests every year.

    Goals for end of 2011:
    * Get my MCITP:EA by end of 2011
    * Learn a lot more about Xenapp/XenServer and possibly take exams. I should be going to training at some point for this too.
    * Start reading a lot more
    * Learn more about investing
    * Learn more about business
    * Start some kind of revenue generating business and put time into it everyday
    * Start an LLC (may go into 2012)
    * Learn more about taxes
    * Finish my housing renovation (almost done!)
    * Polish my professional communication
    * Think about Bachelors in Business
    * Continue to think about ideas and get better at recording them (the blog was the first start)
    * Focus my attention better
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    If I'm able to finish 70-680 by the end of this year, I'm going at it very slow since there's a ton of info to learn and this is my first MS exam, then I'll be focusing on the following:

    MCITP-EDT7/EDA7
    70-685
    70-686

    Possibly finish out MCITP-SA
    70-642
    70-646

    Work toward CCEE if possible, but I'd be happy getting these done:

    CCA XenApp6
    CCA XenServer 5
    CCA XenDesktop 4

    If I manage to tackle all that next year and not blow my brains out, I'm going to look into MCITP Virtualization and VCP-410 to round out my virtualization knowledge. I'll also be finished with my BS in Technical Management in June of 2011.
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    70-663 to complete the MCITP:EMA 2010
    70-693 to complete the MCITP:VA
    An MS exam to be named later (I am supposed to take 3 a year)

    Certification on Binary Tree's Notes to Exchange migration software (will I even list this on my resume in the future?) as a partner requirement for my company. I may look at some Citrix training to support the third phase of the application virtualization solution I wrote for my company. If I can close a couple of deals on that solution I should have no problem getting the training approved.

    My national director and VP have both talked to me about a lead architect role on a global Exchange deployment that another office is staffing. It may come down to schedule availability, but if I get that role, that would be the last bit of experience I need to push for the Exchange 2010 MCM.
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    • Project+ (for WGU)
    • Security+ (For WGU)
    • MCITP:EA (For WGU)
    • Possibly CCNA or VCP
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