Ideas without execution are a hobby and I’m not in the hobby business. ~Phil McKinney Innovating is the practice of executing on ideas. It’s also a discipline I’ve been studying most of my life. That’s why I was so excited to read Luis Perez-Brava‘s book Innovating: A Doer’s Manifesto for Starting from a Hunch, Prototyping Problems, Scaling […]
I’m trying a “Quick Take” approach to book reviews here for the first time with Kevin Kelly’s The Inevitable. I’ve been a fan since the very first time I saw Kevin Kelly speak: Shortly I realized that he was one of the driving forces behind much of the great content and lasting change in […]
I’m a margin writer. A highlighter. An underliner. A dog-ear bender. It’s one of the main reasons that I still prefer physical books to e-readers. It helps me absorb what I’m reading, and to find the key lessons again later. I’ve learned that there’s an even better way to truly retain and understand what I’ve […]
Since my FAQ on the JNCIP-M continues to be one of the most popular posts I have written here on my blog, I guess it makes sense to compliment that with a similar FAQ for the JNCIE-M lab exam. For consistency, I will try and answer all the same questions I did for the JNCIP […]
While my experience is with the Juniper M&T series track specifically, most of these suggestions should help with any JNTCP hands-on test and probably other vendors as well. So if you are planning to sit for a practical exam; follow these 13 tips for passing Juniper lab tests and greatly improve your chances!