Nung una, I just created this blog to document my CCNA and Cisco career journey. To validate my skills and knowledge na rin. Pero eventually it grew and became an ultimate resource for Pinoy aspiring CCNA and network engineers.
Over the years, it helped and inspired hundreds of aspiring network engineers like you here in the Philippines and abroad.
Natulungan silang intindihin ang Cisco at basic and fundamentals ng networking ng hindi dumudugo ang ilong(you know what I mean).
If you’re an aspiring network engineer and CCNA too, you’re in the right place. I promise na hindi masasayang ang oras mo sa blog na ito. I am confident na marami kang matututunan. By the time you leave this blog, you will never be the same again. Naks!
Anyways, here’s a little bit about myself.
I’m 3_ years old and married to my beautiful wife Rowiecar and a father to a super-cute baby boy named Billy Jr.
I’ve got my CCNA certification last 2013 (and CCNP-Switch last 2015) and now using and practicing the knowledge I’ve learned.
Previously, I’m working as a network administrator in one of the largest foreign BPO operating in the Philippines.
I’m not an expert, in fact, I consider myself a beginner because I know that there is so much more to learn. I can only share what I know including my personal experiences.
With that being said, using the skills, knowledge, and experiences I gained over the years, I know marami akong matutulungan. In fact, as what I’ve shared, this blog became an ultimate resources and guide for aspiring CCNA and network engineers like you.
I know maraming Pinoy na kagaya mo ang nagsisimula pa lang sa kanilang Cisco career. Or di kaya naman, lately lang nila na-realize na gusto pala nila maging network engineer – that’s where this blog can help.
If you’re a beginner in networking…
If you’re a career-shifter…
If you’re aspiring network engineer…
You’re in the right place.
My goal is to help aspiring network engineers like you LEARN and UNDERSTAND Cisco networking ng hindi nai-information overload.
Yung talagang naiintindihan at alam mo kung bakit nangyayari ang mga bagay-bagay in related to networking.
Yung pagdating mo sa interview alam mo kung papaano sasagutin ang mga technical quesitons at higit sa lahat yung pagdating mo sa trabaho meron ka ng idea kung papaano ang gagawin.
Bookmark and save this blog idol. This will save you lots of time and will make your life easier. Kung pwede, paki-share mo na rin para marami tayong ma-inspire at matulungan.
I think that’s enough.
If you have questions or inquiries, send me an email here.
Before I end this post, let me share an inspiring quote from Brian Tracy that says:
“Move out from your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new”