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Cisco certification product giveaway winners



Posted by: Tessa Parmenter
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Congratulations to our Cisco certification product giveaway winners:

  • Sailingswede
  • Kuroiinu
  • ITM
  • Jimbarino
  • Mukul
  • Smasiello
  • Maji
  • Indytex1
  • Criggl001
  • B3nny0

And thank you all for participating! You may have noticed that two extra winners made the list. This was because SearchNetworking.com’s IT career and training expert, Ed Tittel, wanted to pitch in the two extra CCENT 640-822 Network Simulators left over from his previous contest: Cisco Press Supplies the Prizes, I Decide Who Gets Them!

Like his previous contest, Ed got to decide who our contest winners were. If you’d like to know how he decided, here was his method and message to all seeking certification:

Dear contestants,

I alphabetized the list of names, then rolled dice to randomly walk the list of unselected names to pick the winners. If you don’t like the results, please rail against the laws of probability, not me!

What I noticed in the commentary from everybody is a renewed focus on the technical side of work, and a desire to improve upon your skills and knowledge bases. If you keep this up, it may not make much difference in the short run while our economic crisis works its way through the financial and other systems. But in the long run, self-improvement nearly always leads to improved employment situations and circumstances as well. Good luck with your exams, and with your career development paths.

Best wishes,
Ed Tittel

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