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Chat on Cisco Certification Wednesday, January 6

Join Cisco instructor Eric Quinn and Cisco CCIE program member Mike Reid for a live chat, hosted by <I>MCP Magazine</I>, on the Cisco certification process and win prizes and Cisco certification books

They might call you crazy if you're contemplating a run at the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert title. Did you know that Cisco offers other titles besides the elusive CCIE? Eric Quinn, a Cisco instructor and the author of our January story on the Cisco certification program, will be on hand to fill us in on Cisco's hot certification program, in a live chat this Wednesday, January 6, from 6pm to 7pm Pacific time.

Joining Eric will be Mike Reid, a member of Cisco's CCIE program. We have plenty of prizes on hand for participants -- including Cisco books courtesy of Cisco Press. For details on the chat, go to http://www.mcpmag.com/mcpchat.

To read Eric Quinn's article (which you can read for free online until January 14), go to http://www.mcpmag.com/members/current/fea2main.asp.

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