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I’m sure that a lot of people out there got this info already, but for those who are not part of INE newsletter or did not check yet their website, this information may be interesting. I add below their full announcement:
Get a FREE streaming CCNA R&S Exam Course!
That’s right! From now until the end of 2011, you are able to receive FREE access to the new streaming CCNA R&S Exam Course with CCIEx3 #8593 Brian McGahan!
Join one of the most highly regarded and experienced CCIE instructors in the industry, CCIEx3 #8593 Brian McGahan (R&S, Security, SP), for this comprehensive look at the technologies covered in the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing & Switching exams. With over 25 hours of instructor -led videos, this class contains both easy to understand and in-depth explanations, along with hands-on examples on the Cisco IOS Command Line Interface. The class will not only fully prepare you for the latest 640-822 ICND1 (CCENT), 640-816 ICND2, and 640-802 CCNA exams, but it will also expand your understanding of core technologies that are essential to know for beginning or advancing your career with today’s networks.
Even I’m somewhere above than CCNA point, it’s never too much to have a look to the basics. I had a look to this free streaming and I can tell you that beside the big marketing done by INE with this free product, the material is excellent for anyone who want to step up on the network professional path.
One notice from my side, also due to the marketing (they have to earn some money, don’t they?!). When you access the link above you will be redirected to a page that look like this:
I did a quick look on the page and saw immediately the Blue button with “Add to cart” text and I thought that the course cost 99$ and it’s not free. It cost 99$ ONLY if you want to download the course (I would say a fair price for this material). Pay attention a look about that shiny blue button (that capture your attention) immediately and you’ll see a small link with “Log in here” or a bigger one with “Sign Up” if you are new to their website.
Don’t forget that this promotion is valid until end of 2011. In 2012 you’ll have to pay to use this material.
These being said, good luck with your preparation and enjoy this content.
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