[Noisebridge-discuss] Cisco certification manuals

Gopiballava Flaherty gopiballava at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 09:54:07 PST 2012


I interviewed a guy for a job once. He told me the reason he couldn't answer my IPv4 routing questions (basic theory - not router config) was that he hadn't been doing IT for four or five years *and he wasn't up to date with the latest studd*. 

(this was in 2008, not 1978. So he couldn't claim he only knew ipv2. This was especially amusing to me since I'd recently bought a book published in 1994 to brush up on my bit level packet knowledge)

Thanks,

gopi at iPhone


On Feb 22, 2012, at 10:42, girlgeek <girlgeek at wt.net> wrote:

> These things usually have a very limited life span.  If v2 or v3 is out, 
> v1 may be useless and even have information that is no longer correct.
> -Claudia
> On 2/22/2012 8:07 AM, Jeffrey Carl Faden wrote:
>> My mom is looking to get rid of Cisco Training and Certification ICND1 v1.0 (a 12x11x4" box with lots of manuals, etc.).
>> 
>> Would Noisebridge be interested in this sort of thing? I'm not really sure what these certify you for, but I'm more concerned about whether there's both space and interest for this box o' stuff.
>> 
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