I got the job!

After a grueling 4 week interview process I finally received my offer. I was very happy to accept it and cannot wait to start! I’ll be working with a much larger networking team supporting 15 data centers across the world. The engineers seemed very knowledgeable, so I can’t wait to have the chance to pick their brains and learn as much as I can. However with every new job comes more responsibilities. My hours will become longer and my study schedule may not always be as organized as it is now. This is a positive though when  I think about, all this training I do everyday will now be reinforced constantly in the real world. I think this new work environment will also be a great starting point for my CCIE studies since I will be working with MPLS, Multicast, and QoS very often. These are topics that I do not know much about but I know are covered in depth on the CCIE exam.

I am slightly sad about leaving my current employer though. They have been nothing but good to me ever since  I started here. I have learned so much that I can’t even put it into words. Getting a chance to design and implement a full Nexus solution is something I never expected to have a chance to do at my age. However I know this move is for the best. I am sure it will be a huge learning curve but the experience I will gain on a day to day basis is sure to launch my career vertically.

I am very excited to start my SECOND networking job in the coming weeks. And as always I will post about my daily networking experiences.

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