New Job

It's just today that I have posted something here and the reason behind this is that I am moving to Singapore for a new job on first week of September. I have been very busy with employment passes and other things required for the transfer. My new job involves lesser technical job than what I did in Hewlett Packard but its around 50/50 similar to my current job in a bank. 50 percent for technical and 50 percent for network project management. Even though I lost the other half to project management :), its still related as I will be handling network projects specifically MPLS migrations. Will my pursuit for CCIE still continue? The answer is yes. I love the technical stuff and its still useful with my current job position. My studies for now is in a standstill though I have finished all the topics I need a round or two to go through again all of them.

I will be posting here topics from time to time since there are people who requested from me. I never thought there are people interested with my blog. :) I have created a Facebook page for those who view my blog entries and those who like to be my friends. Please join/like I WANT TO BE A CCIE in Facebook. See you there and keep in touch.


5 Responses to "New Job"

zayphyoe said... September 1, 2010 at 1:25 AM

Welcome to Singapore.. :)

Sai said... September 18, 2010 at 1:00 PM me...let's go for a drink... :)

Pete said... November 16, 2010 at 9:05 PM

yo whats your number?

Mustafa Nassef said... September 28, 2011 at 6:20 PM

Congratulations Pete!!
I wanna ask you about two things:
1- post something simple about local-as issue in BGP
2- Certain case to calrify what is really the job of RD of VRF, keep in mind it is to hard to find certain example and sure you can feel that RT can handle the whole thing.

3- how you can keep your energy to learn while you are working in something very easy and may be not involved a lot in networking, for me networking is something to feel!!!!-I am working in an ISP-, how can I keep going?!!!

Anonymous said... March 27, 2012 at 9:07 AM

Hi Pete r u still in Singapore..? M currently looking a person to aid my studies on ccnp switch..pls do contact me at

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