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As an engineer working in education, I have to spend a lot of my time learning about learning.  Instructional design, assessment theory and cognitive task analysis are all relatively new concepts to me.  Luckily, I find these topics very interesting so reading white papers and doing research does not seem like work to me.   “Learning styles” is one of the education ... Read more

David Mallory

How to Become a CCIE

Posted by David Mallory Mar 15, 2012

In my last post, I wrote about what it means to be an expert, and what is required to become an expert in any field – deliberate practice and accurate feedback.  This week I am going to focus on how to achieve your CCIE.    There are many blogs that discuss becoming a CCIE (click here for a list), most of which include study plans, tips and tricks, common issues, etc.  ... Read more

I attended Cisco Live in London last month, which is always a learning experience for me.  The questions, comments, and especially complaints, all help me understand what is important to our customers.   Probably the most common question I was asked is “what is the best way to get my CCIE?”  This is a typical question I hear at Cisco Live and I would not have thought ... Read more