Cisco Networking isn't just a job, it's a Lifestyle.
If you're unzipping your fly to show off your A+, N+ and Sec+, I'm going to ask if it's cold in here.
hex_omega wrote: »
chmorin wrote: »
In progress, but I am trying to balance my certifications, experience, and degree. By the time i get my degree i should have 5 years related experience and a slew of certs. Hopefully it will work out for me.
tpatt100 wrote: »
I am starting my Masters next month. At this point the jobs I get called for don't care for a lot of certs since there are not a lot of security certs out there.
Right now I read some certification books because they are easy to learn from. I read them for work but don't take the test. Besides the CISA cert I might only take a Microsoft test this summer.
I think experience and certs help if your a pure technical IT worker. The business classes I took are helping me with project planning now
whutupper wrote: »
no degree here, save your money - by the time you graduate its obsolete and you left with debt. I see it as a net loss personally.