When I first met Juniper I was confused like Alice in Wonderland. I was pure "Cisco" person and never met any other vendor. It was 3 years ago. I worked that time with MX routers and I didn't like them. It was painful to collect information.
After some time I changed my employer and moved to another ISP. In my team we worked with Cisco and other router, but Juniper devices weren't there. I wasn't satisfied we did not have any Juniper boxes there. I missed copy, insert commit confirm and other cool features of Junos.
It all started with Cisco. It was my engineering days when I first learnt about how things worked in network domain. The technologies fascinated me and I started developing interest in it. It was then suggested by one of my professors to take CCNA course. I researched about the course and joined a renowned training institute during my college days.
As days passed my engineering days came to an end and so did my CCNA course.
I strongly believe that without motivation, people wouldn't go even in WC.
A boost of motivation I got on May 2014 when had a conversation with my boss. At the time I already worked 2 years on position as network engineer and had completed an important project. I expected to grow in my career to Senior Network Engineer, but my boss told me that wouldn't be enough.
Buen día a todos, esta historia no se trata de un cuento de hadas, o de ciencia ficción, y quiero aclarar, que mi intención no es la de aburrirlos con una historia que hable solo de mi, mi intención es la de motivar a todas aquellas personas que tienen dudas acerca de si es importante o no convertirse en un Certificado en el programa de Juniper Networks.