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I need some change in my life

大约在10年前,我参加过一个CCNA的培训,认识了当时给我们上课的老师——杨佳,那时候他已经是CCIE了。说到CCIE、CCNA,就要先说说Cisco(思科)了。网络是通过路由器、交换机连接在一起的,这个地球上60%以上路由器、交换机是思科制造,可以这么说,思科创造并提供着网络世界。CCIE是思科公司产品专家的最高级别认证,每年只有很少的人可以通过这个考试,因为考试内容几乎全部是上机实战,很少一选择填空,而且是全英文的,一旦拿到CCIE意味着你掌握了非常丰富的网络知识,可以真的称得上网络专家了。我的老师杨佳就是其中一名。

Today, I’m in company shutdown, have few spare time. I read his blog http://www.yangjia.org/, pretty interesting, look at his colorful life, come back to my life. That’s too much different! I admit single life is different with marriaged life, but that’s the life, the freedom I wanna to be! At least, I need some change in my life…

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