As you go through the VCDX process, you will get a lot of feedback from your study group and the VCDX mentors you have mock sessions with. That feedback is a gift, you need it to evolve and grow the skills to be successful as a VCDX and an Architect.
In the last month I have been involved in a few VCDX mocks. One of the things I have been explaining to VCDX candidates is the importance of being knowledgeable about modern infrastructure design and being able to articulate the business value. List of articles in my VCDX Deep-Dive series
Yesterday, I defended Dell EMC Certification Master – Enterprise Architect (DECM-EA) for the second time and passed. This post has my recommendations to be successful, visit this link for the DECM-EA program overview.
When defending VCDX is it easy to let your ego take control and force you to defend a bad idea. This post explains how to recognize that and recover from it.
There are levels to this game. There is a significant amount of effort that goes into achieving your first VCDX, but I would argue that the level of effort and skill required for multi-VCDX is significantly more than the first. In addition, the amount of time for multi-VCDX is approximately
If you fail your first VCDX panel defense (in-person), you will be given the option of a VCDX Remote Defense if you resubmit. The same is true for Multi-VCDX. This was added to the VCDX program to reduce the travel expenses for VCDX candidates and to provide a more flexible