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How many are there who has got all 5 CCIE certs?????????
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does any one care to find how many CCIES who has all 5 certs?
Should mention as Mrock says that scott morris is on his way to five, there is a guy with six I beleive....forgot his name though.
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I haven't really looked into it, but I know Brian Dennis at Internetwork Expert is a Quad CCIE. There can't be too many of them..
Scott Morris is on his way to 5...
Not sure how important this question is.... since Cisco hasn't considered it important enough to update the
that mentioned the 2 quintuple CCIEs. I think that may be all the way back from 2003.
Then a couple years back there was something posted on the Cisco site about 5 or 6 Quintuple CCIEs -- so there are probably more by now.
CCIEs Worldwide web page
doesn't break down the number other than "Total with 3 or more certifications."
And the retired track CCIEs still count for the people who earned them (and recertify) -- so the guy with 6 CCIEs has 3 retired track CCIEs and 3 active track CCIEs.
Cisco CCIE Case Studies web page
Just remember -- the time you spend worring about other people's CCIEs is time you could have spent studying for your own.
:mike: Cisco Certifications -- Collect the Entire Set!
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I came across this interesting article that is why i posted this... true though waste of time, but something to take as well...
Scott Morris of
is a quad CCIE
Brian Dennis of
is a quad CCIE working on #5 (voice)
Brian McGahan of
is a triple CCIE (4 digit no less). I want to say he's only 26/27.
Harith **** systems quadruple CCIE
above all have 4 certs or more in cisco, and some has muti cross qualifications...
so the point is, after finishing one cert going for another ? or going for a muti qualification is worth?
in terms of job demand?
Muliti-CCIE's are an elite group, they pretty much write their own ticket. Demand isn't a problem.
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