If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Mmartin_47Mmartin_47 Member Posts: 430

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  • AldurAldur Juniper Moderator Member Posts: 1,460
    don't know what was at the end of that link, but it was flagged and removed...
    "Bribe is such an ugly word. I prefer extortion. The X makes it sound cool."

    -Bender
  • SlowhandSlowhand MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, MCSA: Windows Server 2003/2012/2016, CCNA Routing & Switchi Bay Area, CaliforniaMod Posts: 5,163 Mod
    Yup, anything out of the ordinary or blatantly explicit gets flagged on Craig's List. On the other side of the coin, most messages sent through Craig's List to employers or sellers get sent to the spam folder 99% of the time.

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  • Mmartin_47Mmartin_47 Member Posts: 430
    Heh anyways it was a class for configuring Juniper routers. 14 something enterprise I think. It was at City College of SF for $99. I contacted the instructor by email and its good for beginners he said. He's a trainer from Juniper as well.
  • AldurAldur Juniper Moderator Member Posts: 1,460
    hot damn, I'd be all over that if I lived in the bay area. Granted I know a thing or two about juniper routers, but training for 99 bucks, can't beat that!
    "Bribe is such an ugly word. I prefer extortion. The X makes it sound cool."

    -Bender
  • Mmartin_47Mmartin_47 Member Posts: 430
    This is the email I received:

    Michael-
    This is a beginning Juniper course but there is some prerequisite
    knowledge required regarding networking, it sounds like you have the
    necessary skills based on your certifications listed below. The course
    moves at a pace which would allow an opportunity to review other
    material if needed.

    Please let me know if you have additional questions, thank you for your
    interest.





    Tim Ryan
    Network Manager
    City College of SF


    You will need to go through the CCSF registration process, go to the
    homepage www.ccsf.edu and click on Admissions/Registration. You can do
    the whole process online, it should take about 10-15 minutes although
    the website is confusing sometimes, we are in the process of redesigning
    and replacing the entire site, it will be done around Apr/May.

    Regarding class size, most of the CNIT classes start with about 20-25
    students but only about 15-20 finish, for the Juniper class last
    semester we started with 16 and 12 finished. Smaller is better to a
    certain extent since you will get more hands-on time with the equipment.

    Good luck with your career goals, City College and all of the other
    community colleges are great places to take classes and/or get a degree.
    We are part of a team that just received a $3m grant from the National
    Science Foundation to promote and improve the quality of IT education
    throughout Northern Calif, Oregon and Nevada so we intend to do a lot
    more of this type of training in the future. We planning similar courses
    with VMware, Oracle and possibly Apple. Let me know if you have any more
    questions.
  • Mmartin_47Mmartin_47 Member Posts: 430
    Slowhand wrote: »
    Yup, anything out of the ordinary or blatantly explicit gets flagged on Craig's List. On the other side of the coin, most messages sent through Craig's List to employers or sellers get sent to the spam folder 99% of the time.

    It was under the jobs section. Probably why.
  • Mmartin_47Mmartin_47 Member Posts: 430
    Slowhand wrote: »
    Yup, anything out of the ordinary or blatantly explicit gets flagged on Craig's List. On the other side of the coin, most messages sent through Craig's List to employers or sellers get sent to the spam folder 99% of the time.

    Well it did state his direct email address as well. He responded within a few hours after me asking a few questions.
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