Gregg Robertson and myself are asking for your support in voting for our proposed VMworld session. Unfortunately, the VMworld Catalog does not display the complete text of each proposed session, so I have provided that below to clearly explain what we intend to cover.
The voting process is very simple: Click on this session link, login with your VMworld credentials and press the “Favourite star” on the right side to vote.
- Subject – How to develop your Architecture Design Skills whilst using Elite Certification to realise your goals.
- Agenda –
- The Enterprise and Service Provider Landscape
- What skills and personality characteristics do you need to succeed?
- The Journeyman: Changing Roles and Gaining Experience
- Elite Certification and the Full-Stack Engineer
- Fast-Track – The Mentor-Mentee Relationship
- Body – The road to becoming an elite architect is a long one, as is the mastery of any skill. It is important to embrace the journeyman mindset where continuous learning during your entire career is the key to success; particularly for the technology industry which is ever changing. You have a burning desire to become an elite architect. How do you begin this journey to realise your goal? How long does it take? What do you need to do? How and where can you find help to get there?
- Summary – Give yourself time to consume information and develop your skills. It should be fun. Set realistic goals.
- Conclusion – Rome was not built in a day. It will take 5 to 10 years of continuous effort to get there. However your ultimate objective should be the “full stack engineer” with a functional understanding of the entire enterprise and service provider space. Technology is always changing and you should have a genuine enthusiasm and passion for learning for longevity and growth with a career in technology.