Welcome to Networkcareer!

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Welcome to Networkcareer!

This site is founded by Kim Pedersen and Daniel Dib with the goal of giving you access to industry experts.

I often get asked for career advice, how to study for certifications and what skills that are important to have in the networking industry. I have mentored several people through the years but there has never been a good site to point to for advice for people looking to have a successful career in the networking industry.

I often see people give bad advice in different forums, social media etc. There is no point in getting a degree. Don’t get any certifications. Don’t focus on fundamental networking knowledge. All that matters is Cloud, SDN, Automation, Orchestration.

To be honest it makes me upset to see people give advice such as the above. People don’t think about the possible effect of doing so. If you are somewhat known in the industry, people may take your advice very seriously. No, a degree is not for everyone, certifications are not for everyone. They are far from being useless though if you attain them in the correct way.

Not every expert has the same background and path but there are some common factors that most of the experts share. We will guide you to what these factors are and how you can learn from them and become successful in your career.

This site will feature interviews, description of job roles, how to study and other important factors in building your career. Once again welcome and happy reading!


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