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Daren Fulwell
CCDE | CCIE R&S | 2016-2019 | r | Networking | IoT
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Daren Fulwell 1m
Strong work!
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Daren Fulwell 1h
Keen to catch up with this Tom - do you have a feel for when the video will be posted to the website? Thanks!
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Rodrigo Rovere 16h
ICYMI - Take your time and verify information about those path of
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Daren Fulwell 13h
This. Great advice from as always. Always@learning, always finding new ways!
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Daren Fulwell 14h
Far enough from London to justify the “northern” tag!
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Daren Fulwell 14h
Haha! Chorley is fairly north, I’ll give you that! We are a little further up than that, but most “real” northerners claim we are in the Midlands! We dream of rough and barked in this neck of the woods!
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Daniel Dib Jun 18
Major Updates to Cisco Certifications Part II (CCNA)
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Cisco Champion 18h
Cisco Certification - Rebooted, shares the news and opinion. [Blog Post]
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Daren Fulwell 18h
Replying to @design4gh
🤞Not going to happen!
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Daren Fulwell 21h
On site at Cisco Manchester for post-CLUS SDA and Cat9K updates
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Jeremy Filliben Jun 18
New Blog Post - CCDE Thoughts After Cisco Live 2019 -
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
Loving the broadening and deepening of the technology core exams and the introduction of specialisations for modularising the CCNPs. Much more flexibility and gives opportunity to keep the exams up to date more easily!
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
And it’s always going to be a matter of perception - depends from where you’re looking and whose money you’re spending I guess! Vive le difference!
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
Awesome work ! You and are tearing it up! Keep it going!
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
Replying to @dotonebit
Haha! Yes! How many CVs will be updated in February to remove CCIE (Written)?!
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
See your point of course. The ultimate engineer will be one who can combine the deep technical expertise of the IE with the design compromise and reasoning of a DE. As you say, scale plays a part in deciding when those two roles are filled by a single individual in a job context.
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
Do think the testing engine for the DE is good though, giving a strong test of reasoning for design choices ... good reason to maintain the existing DE practical as a testing experience. /3
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
The higher level reasoning, creating capabilities that meet actual business requirements, that is the domain of the architect and in that sense, the Ar and DE do roll up into one role in all butvthe largest orgs. /2
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
Yep. I think the demarcation is fairly clear TBH, low level design ie adaptation of the idealised high level design, integration with existing systems, platforms and networks, migration activities and the knock ons to other IT platforms, they are the domain of the CCIE. /1
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Daren Fulwell Jun 18
Fair. Scale is a big part of this. Don’t get me wrong, all engineers should understand Business because it helps all round. And agreed that engineers in smaller organisations will be exposed to it all. Where possible, it’s a different enough role for a different enough skill set!
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