Thursday, August 6, 2009

iCertify iPhone app for CCNA study: Version 3.0

Apple just shipped a new version of my iCertify iPhone app for Cisco certification. I added 40 new questions. These questions test your speed. Flash cards are an efficient and effective way to learn. With iCertify, you can learn what's really on the test from a certified pro who knows.

The iCertify CCNA flash cards now include 240 questions. (By the way, 240 is a good CCNA number to know. What would the CIDR notation be if 240 were the last octet in a subnet mask, e.g. What would the block size be? How many hosts would be allowed? What is the address of the first host on the first subnet and what's the broadcast address? Assume subnet zero is allowed.) Did you answer those questions with nanosecond latency? If not, I have the product for you: iCertify!

So, seriously, why should you spend $5 on iCertify when you could spend that on a cold beer?
  • All content is developed by an experienced pro with a lifetime career of networking experience.
  • Content is honed from use in real classrooms, not copied and pasted from all those other study materials that you already have.
  • Flash card format makes your brain work quickly with immediate feedback.
  • CCNA is one of the most sought-after certifications, recognized by employers around the world.
  • With your CCNA, your salary will be so high you'll be able to afford that $5 beer, and a $50 book and a $3000 class! (That's what I charge for my publications and classes.)
  • It's a fast-paced, competitive world. Learn quickly. Learn exactly what you need to know.

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  1. I got into IT for the express purpose of avoiding such things so I understand your pain. I'd push the portability of it though. You can study on planes, trains, in cars and on busses. In meetings... When are you going to make a product for the CCIE lab? I'd soooo pay $5 to be able to study while people are complaining that I study too much.



  2. By the way, you may be wondering what happened to iCertify 2.0. It went the same way as IPv5. Wonder no longer.