These sessions are delivered at some select Cisco Live events, the next one will be at Cisco Live US in June 2018.
Nevertheless, these are the preparation resources for CCDE:
Preparation resources for the CCDE written exam:
Go to https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/certifications/ccde/written_exam/study-material , download and personalize the CCDE Learning Matrix spreadsheet, now including the Evolving Technologies domain (Evolving Technologies Study Guide by Nick Russo), and watch the corresponding video.
Preparation resources for the CCDE practical exam:
Go to https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/certifications/ccde/practical_exam/study-material and check the preparation resources listed there, such as the Unleashing CCDE blog articles, videos, webinars, books, etc. Also, practice with the CCDE Practical demo at https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/docs/DOC-2438 - this has an old look&feel, but it’s meant for you to get the idea.
Whenever new materials are available I share the update on Twitter @elopes01 and LinkedIn Elaine Lopes, in case you want to be always in the loop.
Wish you best of luck with your CCDE preparation!!
I will be attending Cisco Live 2019 in San Diego. I would like register this week. My plan is to attend the equivalent sessions of the TECCCDE-3005 - CCDE: The Cisco Certified Design Expert, and the LTRCCDE-3006 - Advanced - CCDE Lab. I realize the session schedule won't be available until March 19th. My question is, do you know how many learning credits these two 2019 sessions will be? I'm trying to calculate for my employer how many learning credits I will need.
I appreciate the info and response! I was actually referring to the actual cost of the two CCDE sessions. You can pay Cisco Live Registration fee via CC or Learning Credits. Maybe, a better way to ask the question is, where do the CCDE sessions fall under? Here is a screenshot of the add-on options when you register for Cisco Live, and I have converted them to show the Learning Credit amount. For example, would the TECCCDE-3005 - CCDE session fall under the 8 hour Technical Seminar (10 Learning Credits) and the LTRCCDE-3006 - Advanced - CCDE Lab fall under the Instructor-Led lab 4 or 8 hour (8 or 12 Learning Credits respectively). I realize the 2019 CCDE session details won't be released until March 19th. For now, I'm just trying to calculate how many Learning Credits I will need to tell my employer to issue me ( It's 28 Learning Credits for the full Cisco Live conference pass, plus I need to calculate the two CCDE sessions I want to do).