There's no way I'm sorry. It's not a one size fits all, but it's a 'hey we've been doing this for 40 years, maybe trust our advice. It's kind of an odd cert to spend time with. Who does Larazo work for? I have watched a lot of Nuggets and this one just feels rushed. Nothing personal, but I truly don't understand how people learn from this series. I'm saying it's been one step above filler paper recently. It doesn't take a cert.
On a side note, the udemy stuff has been kind of bogus too. If he does a collab series, I guarantee you I'll have that cert. There is even a 3 minute nugget on how to mount a telepresence system where Jeremy says, 'this is copied directly from the manual'. Video has always been sort of a bastard child for Cisco, even more than wireless. . It needed a refresh more than any of the others.
So back to the drawing design board. I definitely can tell you don't know the content. I swear it was put there just to make it easy to extend your certs. I've honestly not found a single series I've stuck with. Without foundation, your network fails or you spend way more money fixing a messed up network. Yet another strike out by these guys.
Especially since there is no configuration practice in this series. I'm not saying the cert isn't valuable. There are more than one ways to skin a cat, eat a burger, and design an efficient network. The enterprise campus model has modules for different network needs. Personally, I prefer LiveLessons, but unfortunately, Kevin Wallace takes his sweet time putting out quality. He has a good energy. The only way to pull it together was to merge them.
Hey I know he is a weird guy but I do like his videos. A term that has been pounded into our heads by trainers in each networking class we have taken? Let's let or weigh In just for perspective. Does Cisco still believe that a one-design-fits-all-enterprises model exists and deserves a certificate? The old content was past its prime. It's a collection of best practices. Considering the market share that Cisco has and how their implementation of protocols has often turned into ieee standards, I'd say they know what they are talking about. Voice had all but gone belly up because the test was teaching extinct content. Jeremy just briefly goes over the codecs and protocols involved in voice and video.
There is a 10 minute section where Jeremy talks about camera chassis types. He talks about what aspect size and interlacing is. At least it's not as bad as cloud. Then the stupid side stories started, already! The Kali Linux course was scattered. Did you go through it? In that case everyone would be doing it and wouldn't be a ghost town.
It is 3 hours and I never felt the need to replay any of them. . . . .
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