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Stop The Presses – IE Landed Scott Morris! Brian, Brian, and Scott = The Big Three

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I got this fascinating tidbit in my mailbox a little bit ago from InternetworkExpert.com:

Reno, Nevada, June 25, 2008 – Internetwork Expert, Inc., a pioneering leader in Cisco CCIE Lab Exam training, today announced that Scott Morris (CCIE #4713), a four-time CCIE, has joined the company as a CCIE Instructor.

Scott Morris has been in the Cisco networking industry for over 12 years and belongs to an elite group of engineers worldwide holding four CCIE certifications. Scott was one of the first individuals to pass the Cisco Design Specialist certification in 1998, and soon after passed the CCIE Lab Exam in Routing and Switching. He then went on to obtain CCIE certifications in ISP-Dial, Security, and Service Provider. Scott is currently preparing for the Voice CCIE, and the newly announced Cisco Certified Design Expert (CCDE).

Prior to joining Internetwork Expert, Scott was Vice President of Technical Training and an Instructor at IPExpert. While working at IPExpert, Scott developed and delivered CCIE classroom training, as well as initiated new product development. Scott is currently a regular columnist for the TCPMag Journal.

Scott can be reached at smorris@internetworkexpert.com.

From my perspective, this is a very big deal.  It will be interesting to see the effect that Scott has on IE’s already reputable training material.  There’s a lot of very good CCIE instructors out there, but when it comes to name recognition, IE now has “The Big Three.”