I’m very happy to have passed the Nutanix Platform Professional certification yesterday. I’d like to share my thoughts on the exam, which is not per se a hard exam, but like any exam requires a blend of practical experience with the platform and a good knowledge of the various Nutanix
I took today the VCAP-DCD 5.1 exam (VDCD510, will be retired on 31.1.2015) and I’d like to share my impressions with you. First of all, I failed the exam at 284 points, the passing score being 300. Preparation Preparation, learning and experience are key to passing the exam (yeah, I
Since there seems to be a lot of misunderstanding about the VCP recertification process, I’ve put together the following flowchart during my spare time, hoping it will help clarify the whole thing. This document is not endorsed by VMware, therefore be sure to read the official recertification policy from VMware.
Effective today (March 10th, 2014), VMware instated a recertification policy for the VCP (VMware Certified Professional) certification. The VCP certification will now have a 2 year validity (it used to be a “for life” certification). You need to check your transcript on VMware MyLearn to check the validity of your
One of the biggest challenges in life is to cut the procrastination and get things done. In a connected world this get harder as helpful family and friends keep posting all kind of stuff going from cats slapping dogs, ridiculously funny stuff, photos of beautiful places, interesting articles and so on.
When I decided to pass my VCP5, I thought the hardest would be learning and preparing for the exam. On the fateful day of the exam, I thought the hardest would be to focus and don’t be distracted by feelings of fear and discouragement. I didn’t knew yet that the
After a couple months of preparation I decided to put myself out of misery and reserved the VCP5 exam at my local training/testing center in Prague. I took the test 5 days after booking it, leaving me some valuable time to review all I had learned, mark what needed to
Hi everyone! One last post before the year's end to mask a long inactivity 🙂 The last time I wrote on the blog was about a fundraiser directed to support my lab and education training costs. I was able to negociate with my workplace regarding the hardware, and I went