Quad CCIE Scott Morris Joins The Internetwork Expert Team

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  • GT-RobGT-Rob Posts: 1,090Member
    Saw that today. Interesting news for sure. IMO its just another push for IE being the definitive CCIE resource on the web :D
  • dynamikdynamik Posts: 12,314Banned
    What was he doing before this? I thought he was already with them for some reason. Was he with another training company?

    He's working with 5x, 4x, and 3x CCIEs. How would you feel to be the guy that only has three. That dude needs to step up his game icon_lol.gif
  • mikej412mikej412 Posts: 10,090Member
    Scott was with IPExpert -- where I thought he was a VP.

    Internetwork Expert has become the #1 3rd party workbook provider for the R&S track, and has been moving to cover all the other tracks as well.

    I like "the Brians" from Internetwork Expert -- but I thought Scott was probably the single best CCIE Instructor out there (based on his audios and dvd).

    Scott leaving IPExpert is enough to make me wonder about their future. icon_eek.gif But they have their Voice offerings which have been available for years to fall back on, while Internetwork Expert is 6 months late delivering their first Voice products.
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  • nullrouternullrouter Posts: 52Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    I'm using IPExpert's material for prep (Workbook, DVD bootcamp and Audio), it's great, but it's all Scott Morris doing the delivery.

    I'll probably be taking my business to IE now for any future possible CCIE track material I require :P
    Depends how how IPExpert's third workbook with solution videos turn out, which I'm still waiting for as they keep delaying shipping, which I'm not too happy about at the moment.
    CCIE R&S All Done :D


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  • Paul BozPaul Boz Posts: 2,621Member
    Narbik is the man as far as I'm concerned. Although when you get to the CCIE level, most of your motivation and expertise should come from within, not from a third party. I've noticed from casual observation that those who teach themselves do better on their first and subsequent lab attempts than those that rely on third parties to get them through the exam. Too many people look for the gotchas and don't get the fundamentals that are needed to pass. Mind you that is also my philosophy for professional-level tracks as well.

    just my $.02.
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  • nullrouternullrouter Posts: 52Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Paul Boz wrote:
    Narbik is the man as far as I'm concerned. Although when you get to the CCIE level, most of your motivation and expertise should come from within, not from a third party. I've noticed from casual observation that those who teach themselves do better on their first and subsequent lab attempts than those that rely on third parties to get them through the exam. Too many people look for the gotchas and don't get the fundamentals that are needed to pass. Mind you that is also my philosophy for professional-level tracks as well.
    just my $.02.

    I totally agree with the fundamentals first comment.
    CCIE R&S All Done :D


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  • GT-RobGT-Rob Posts: 1,090Member
    I think in the end, it doesn't really matter which vendor you go with. I just think IE as been looking like the best "bang for your buck", and now that they have Scott on board it will just increase.
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