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    EMCISA in January, then RHCSA sometime in the spring and RHCE later.
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    Nice to see a variety of technologies mentioned here. We have people with a wide range of skills on this forum *thumbs up*
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    Ciw web design specialist
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    If all those are done I'll try to squeeze in project+
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChooseLife View Post
    Nice to see a variety of technologies mentioned here. We have people with a wide range of skills on this forum *thumbs up*
    Imagine if a number of us got together to create a startup of our own. With all the talent, knowledge, wisdom and experience we have got here - Man, we could take the world by storm!

    Seriously though, I've been thinking of this for a while now. Anyone have any ideas? The main issue here would be that members are so geographically dispersed that it doesnt look like a feasible idea. O well...
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    We can put all of our money together and purchase an island.
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    Start with Network+ and MTA 98-349, find a job with those and the 98-366 I just got.

    After that CompTia Cloud Essentials (should I bother?) and possibly A+ and Sec+. Following that I will probably either go for higher level Microsoft and/or Cisco certs just to open myself up to a wide variety of companies. Now that I got my first cert I want to keep going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasiono View Post
    We can put all of our money together and purchase an island.
    This. Although, I think with all of the diversity and alignment, arguments would start over which method is the best for this and the best for that.
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    MY main goal is to continue to build on my linux and unix experience and go for the RHCSA. I may go for the RHCE as well but I think $800 in one year is a little much so I may hold off and give myself more study time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasiono View Post
    We can put all of our money together and purchase an island.
    It will be a very geeky and hi-tech island...
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    [2012 - Still to complete]

    Books:

    1. Steve Jobs by. Walter Isaacson

    [2013]

    Training:

    1. CCENT-1
    2. CCENT-2

    3. LPIC1 - 101
    4. LPIC1 - 102

    5. LPIC2 - 201
    6. LPIC2 - 202

    Only if i'm a good boy for x-mas

    7. Security+

    Books Study:

    1. Odom CCENT 1 & 2 Study Guide
    2. TCP/IP Illustrated Vol. 1
    3. Sed & Awk
    4. Bash Shell - O'reilly
    5. Python - O'reilly
    6. Perl - O'reilly

    Books Leisure:

    1. The Hacker Ethic
    2. The C Programming Language


    If i get through 1/2 of this, i will be happy
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChooseLife View Post
    It will be a very geeky and hi-tech island...
    I can only imagine!

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    This. Although, I think with all of the diversity and alignment, arguments would start over which method is the best for this and the best for that.
    This is why we are awesome to the world
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    Quote Originally Posted by dontstop View Post
    [2012 - Still to complete]

    Books:

    1. Steve Jobs by. Walter Isaacson

    [2013]

    Training:

    1. CCENT-1
    2. CCENT-2

    3. LPIC1 - 101
    4. LPIC1 - 102

    5. LPIC2 - 201
    6. LPIC2 - 202

    Only if i'm a good boy for x-mas

    7. Security+

    Books Study:

    1. Odom CCENT 1 & 2 Study Guide
    2. TCP/IP Illustrated Vol. 1
    3. Sed & Awk
    4. Bash Shell - O'reilly
    5. Python - O'reilly
    6. Perl - O'reilly

    Books Leisure:

    1. The Hacker Ethic
    2. The C Programming Language


    If i get through 1/2 of this, i will be happy

    That reminds me. I've been meaning to learn python for awhile now. I know a little perl but I haven't had a chance to use it yet in my current role
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    PMP January 2013
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    2) Linux+
    3) RHCSA (if got time)
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    2) udacity python course
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    MCITP: Windows Server 2008: Sever Administrator
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    If lucky can enroll in WGU towards the end of year.
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    I would like to pursue the MCSE 2012 Server Infrastructure along with some knowledge of Powershell v3 and System Center 2012. Lets see if I could do this along my masters.
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    Well I didn't real do too much for 2012... Took my QoS exam finishing, CCIP, did my ARCH exam for CCDP, passed my FIREWALL exam yesterday, so 2012 only say me passing 3 tests and getting 2 certificates. Although I did get a lot of CCIE study time in.

    For 2013... I won't throw too much in

    but I want to do the following:

    1. CCNP: Security - 3 more exams to go.
    2. CCIE: R/S Written maybe a lab attempt by end of year.

    I've got a couple Nexus 5k/2k coming for a couple datacenters so I'll have to learn Nexus, and we'll see what else gets thrown at me.
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    MCSA 2008
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    Default Earn First Certification.

    1) Find work in Related field full time.
    2) Complete Certification By February of 2013
    3)Continue to grow my knowledge.
    The Only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it keep looking. Don't settle - Steve Jobs
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    @goldenlight - you sure you are not me?
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    I want to be a certified married man in 2013.
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    In 2012 I only managed to study for two certificates, Sec+ and Redhat
    SELinux and I'd like to get at least the same number in 2013.

    I hope to get the EMCISA, mostly because it looks interesting, in Q1.
    Since I'm self-taught when it comes to networking I think doing the
    CCENT would help round out my skills and let me see if further Cisco
    study is for me.

    In the second half of the year (once I've had a chance to save some more
    cash ) I'll probably try another Redhat Certification of expertise to
    keep progressing in my main area. Anything beyond those three would be
    an added bonus.
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    I haven't yet achieved any certification, though I did manage to get a new job (amongst many other great things that happened this year). I foresee very limited study time due to the nature of the job and my (currently sleeping) 10 week old son, however..

    Primary Goals:
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    MCSA: 2008

    Extended Goals:
    Security+

    On the shortlist:
    VCP5
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    MCSA: 2012
    MCSE: Private Cloud
    CCNA: Voice
    CCNA: Security

    If I manage my primary goals I'll be very happy, anything on top is a huge bonus!
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    My goals for 2013 are:

    1. Comptia Security+
    2. CCENT
    3. CCNA
    4. CISSP
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    Been studying CCNA on and off this year,hoping to get my CCNA in 2013 and next certification will depend upon where my job leads me to, i think IT has become very broad, very difficult for me to choose a particular area, Cisco or Ms certifications knowledge are almost prerequisites.
    Goals for 2013-
    1) Learn Python (reading Python for absolute beginners)
    2) Learn basic electronics and telecommunication
    3) Learn Powershell
    4) Get a Sys/network admin Job and learn as much as i can
    5) Complete all the above goals!
    “Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment; full effort is full victory.”
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