As promised in the last post, I added a list of free or low-cost training and labbing options for folks.
I've been thinking about writing this post all week and decided to wait until I processed my thoughts a little more before I wrote it out. There's a lot of fear, uncertainty and doubt that's been going on in the field for years and here are some of repetitive questions I tend to hear on Linkedin, Techexams and other social media:
- Is it worth going into networking/getting a CCIE/etc if SDN is going to take over?
- There's so many engineers out there, why do companies choose to hire H1Bs?
- Do I have to worry about my job getting outsourced to another country?
- Do I have to worry about H1Bs taking my job?
I get a lot of PMs on forums I'm on asking for job/career advice and I know there's always a ton of threads on IT forums on that vein as well. While there are multiple ways to get to the same destination and different ways to be successful, I'd like to share things that really worked for me or that I've observed