This week I've seen in the courses library "CCENT (update 2016)", which disappeared today from the list, and "CCNA X Routing and Switching", which is still there along with "CCNA Routing Switching". So I was wondering whether the CCENT update 2016 was merged with the current CCENT course? or it will re-appear in the following days as a separate course? also, is the "CCNA X Routing and Switching" course ready? such that if I'm about to start preparing myself for CCNA should I study that course instead of the previous "CCNA Routing and Switching"?
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After review of the course itself, we decided that pace and amount of material covered in the allotted time was more suited toward a "boot-camp" style show itself. So we're combining it and it will be listed as CCNA-X, I believe, once everything is up.
Everything that Todd covered, is great material and presented for quick digestion and hard points for the exam but we realized that for someone's first foray into the realm of CISCO, perhaps a little fast and maybe too much to absorb for the person who is just starting as an entry level technician. The subnetting section by Todd is phenomenal, if you know how to subnet and what it does. It's overwhelming if you're trying to wrap your head around the concept and to do it quickly if you've never really done it before.
I copied the above from another forum topic asking about the course. On our schedule later this month after I finish the CCNA Security course, Don and I will reshoot our CCENT and CCNA R+S shows to update our content. This will be more along the lines of how we've previously covered the course. So it will be soon that we will begin.
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Great! maybe you guys should have like a maillist where you can let us know what's new , what's coming so we don't annoy you with questions like this. Thanks