For over a year I’ve been making excuses when it comes to learning how to code. In the beginning I had chosen Python as my coding language of choice.
With the announcement of the new Cisco DevNet certifications, I’ve kicked around the idea of really taking the plunge to accelerate my learning. I have use cases but have been too “busy” doing other things.
I’ve decided to put myself out there and commit to learning each of the objectives in the Cisco DevNet Associate exam with the intention of taking the exam in February 2020. I’m using this certification study as a way to increase my coding capabilities with Python.
The decision to pursue the Cisco DevNet Associate makes sense given the work I do with Cisco equipment. All the components are within my grasp.
But there are no published training material available for the DevNet Associate certification. The lack of study guides and other training material should be no barrier. The objectives are clear and the resources to learn those objectives are available on Cisco’s website.
You just have to find it.
But on this blog I’ll be outlining each of the objectives and providing my progress towards achieving the DevNet Associate certification.
My background is in network engineering with a focus in wireless technologies. The knowledge gained from coding and utilizing APIs is substantial.
So that’s my task for the next few months; The DevNet Associate Challenge.