Cisco Tips & Tricks

March 3, 2010

The CCIE Flyer Challenge!

Filed under: ccie — ciscotips @ 11:17 pm

What if you had a chance to get a couple of workbooks that would help you stay sharp or prepare for the CCIE R&S lab?  Yup if you could get both Narbik’s Troubleshooting Workbook and the Advanced Routing and Switching 2.0 Workbook would that be a good deal?


Oh that would be better, because free is always good.  If I also threw in an additional $1,000 discount to any of Micronics’ SP, RS or End-To-End classes that would be even better, right?  Well I try to stay on top of what future CCIEs and current CCIEs might want so here’s a great deal for you.


You bet, a contest to see who can complete 10 – 15 troubleshooting mock labs is afoot.  The window of opportunity for you is a short five (5) days to complete.  The first twenty (20) lucky people who do the best on these labs will be awarded both workbooks, Troubleshooting Workbook (written by Narbik and Dan) and the Advanced Routing and Switching 2.0 Workbook written by Narbik.  All that plus a $1,000 discount to any one of Micronics’ SP, RS or End-To-End classes, anywhere in the world.

ONLY 20 (TWENTY) LUCKY CONTESTANTS WILL BE AWARDED THESE FABULOUS PRIZES.                                                                       (I feel like a game show host!)



Next week I will roll out the announcement and the link to the mock labs and you are invited to, “Start your engines” race fans.

The fine print: If you have attended classes from Micronics you only have to pay $1,500 for future training, so don’t be greedy you will not be allowed to use the $1,000 discount offered in this competition against that price.

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