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The Professional World of Cybersecurity

The Professional World of Cybersecurity

Information security is one of the fastest-growing technology fields. Surveys reveal that cybersecurity-related careers have some of the best long-term projections for career demand and overall job satisfaction. Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic reveals a need for...
Your 12-Week Year & A Stellar Career

Your 12-Week Year & A Stellar Career

Should you be using the 12 Week Year in your IT career? The 12 Week Year is adopted to take advantage of the end of year urgency. The concept is simple; you start on a Sunday and plan out the next 12 weeks. In this short blog post, we’ll set up your 12-week year to...
Take Your IT Career From Zero To Hero

Take Your IT Career From Zero To Hero

That’s how my face looked when I realized that I did a ton of unnecessary work. I got an associate’s degree in telecommunications to learn everything that’s in the CompTIA A+, Network +, Security +, and CCNA in 2 years. I could have done all that on my own in a year....

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Why Is AWS The Future?

Why Is AWS The Future?

The cloud a collection of condensed hydrogen and oxygen atoms in the sky. No not that cloud I am talking about Amazon Web Service’s the goliath provider that is busting out new services faster than one can learn how to use them. Andy Jassy and his team are relentless...
Why Is A Help Desk A Good First Job?

Why Is A Help Desk A Good First Job?

Helpdesk is synonymous with end-user support, but do not let that discourage you, I am going to review the pros and cons of my helpdesk experience. Let’s get the cons out of the way. You will probably be a ticket monkey depending on which company you work for. The...
Juniper but Not the Planet

Juniper but Not the Planet

While going through their networking studies, one can’t help but wonder what Cisco’s more attractive cousin would be like. Well, I am here to let you know that Juniper is awesome and a great prerequisite to your CCNA. If you come from a Linux background, these...
The CCNA Trifecta

The CCNA Trifecta

I am going to review my three favorite resources for the CCNA. The first is Todd Lammle; his book is one of those few IT books out that will not put you to sleep after ten pages. He does a fantastic job of explaining networking in layman’s terms so...
ICND 1 & 2 vs The Composite CCNA

ICND 1 & 2 vs The Composite CCNA

Greetings, I am going to answer a common question that I get from future networking folks. Is it better to divide the CCNA into two tests or just take the big kahuna? Personally, I took the separate tests, but I will list the non-bias pros and cons of each. It does...