Do you have IPv6 training or experience on your resume? If so, you’re probably already getting a lot of calls for work and will continue to get them through this year (and probably beyond).
The world transition from IPv4 to IPv6 is heating up the market for those with IPv6 on their resume, either trained or experienced. Deadlines are coming closer for organizations in the public and private sector alike. The Federal government in the U.S. is required to be updated to IPv6 on all websites by or before September 2012. Private-sector businesses need to update to the new protocol or they will start being unavailable to the newest devices that are shipping with IPv6 addressing.
Networking engineers and software developers with IPv6 training, such as that found in TCP/IP In Action with David Zimny will benefit greatly, especially those currently out of work or looking to re-enter their primary career field. Having knowledge of the protocol is rapidly moving from “should know for when the time comes” to being the industry standard.
If you could use a ticket to get hired and having this protocol would make sense on your resume, get IPv6 training today with TCP/IP In Action. It’s affordable, easy and taught by industry-expert David Zimny (so you know you’re getting excellent coverage).