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CGV λͺ…동 μ”¨λ„€λΌμ΄λΈŒλŸ¬λ¦¬ μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈ 쀑ꡬ 좩무둜2κ°€ 65-9 ν•˜μ΄ν•΄λ¦¬μ—‡ 10μΈ΅ μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 13:00 – 21:00 / 주말 11:0 0 – 21:00 넀이버 사μ˜₯ λ‘œλΉ„μ— μœ„μΉ˜ν•œ β€˜λ„€μ΄λ²„ λΌμ΄λΈŒλŸ¬λ¦¬β€™λŠ” β€˜λ„μ„œκ΄€μ€ μ •μˆ™ν•΄μ•Όλ§Œ ν•œλ‹€β€™λŠ” νŽΈκ²¬μ„ 깨고자 λ‚˜νƒ€λ‚œ 곡간이닀. λ”±λ”±ν•œ λ¬΄λ“œμ˜ λ„μ„œ λ¬Έν™”λ₯Ό νƒˆν”Όν•˜κ³ μž λ„€μ΄λ²„μ˜ 메인 컬러인 그린을 포인트둜 ν•˜κ³  μ±…κ³Ό 컀피, λŒ€ν™”κ°€ ν•¨κ»˜ν•  수 μžˆλŠ” μž₯μ†Œλ₯Ό μ—°μΆœν–ˆλ‹€. 세계 3λŒ€ λ””μžμΈ μ–΄μ›Œλ“œμ—μ„œλ„ μˆ˜μƒν•œ μΈν…Œλ¦¬μ–΄λ‘œ κΌ­ λ…μ„œ λͺ©μ μ΄ μ•„λ‹ˆλ”λΌλ„ λ“€λŸ¬λ³Ό λ§Œν•œ κ³³. ν•œκ΅­μ˜ 포털 μ‚¬μ΄νŠΈλ₯Ό λŒ€ν‘œν•˜κ³  μžˆλŠ” κΈ°μ—…λ‹΅κ²Œ κ΅­λ‚΄μ™Έ μž‘μ§€ 270μ—¬ μ’…, λ””μžμΈ μž₯μ„œ 17000μ—¬ ꢌ, μ „ 세계 μ „λ¬Έ 백과사전 2500μ—¬ κΆŒμ„ μ†Œμœ ν•˜κ³  있으며 개인이 κ΅¬λ§€ν•˜κΈ° λΆ€λ‹΄μŠ€λŸ¬μš΄ κ³ κ°€ 희귀 μž₯μ„œ, 잘 μ•Œλ €μ§€μ§€ μ•Šμ€ ν¬μ†Œκ°€μΉ˜ μžˆλŠ” 책듀도 κ΅¬λΉ„ν•˜κ³  μžˆλ‹€.Β  넀이버 라이브러리 μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ κ²½κΈ° μ„±λ‚¨μ‹œ 뢄당ꡬ μ •μžλ™ λΆˆμ •λ‘œ 6 NAVER κ·Έλ¦°νŒ©ν† λ¦¬ 1μΈ΅ μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 09:00 – 19:30 / 주말 10:00 – 19:30 μ„œμ  ν”„λž‘μŠ€ 파리 마레 지ꡬ에 μœ„μΉ˜ν•œ 감성을 νŒŒλŠ” μ„œμ  β€˜Ofr.’. μ „ 세계 κ΄€κ΄‘κ°λ“€μ˜ λͺ…μ†Œκ°€ 된 맀μž₯이 β€˜Ofr.Seoulβ€™μ΄λΌλŠ” μ΄λ¦„μœΌλ‘œ μ„œμšΈ μ„±μˆ˜λ™μ— 상λ₯™ν–ˆλ‹€. μž‘κ³  μ•„λ‹΄ν•˜μ§€λ§Œ λˆ„κ΅¬λ‚˜ μ‰½κ²Œ 책을 λ³Ό 수 μžˆμ–΄ 파리의 λΆ„μœ„κΈ°λ₯Ό μžƒμ§€ μ•ŠλŠ” μ„±μˆ˜ μ•ˆμ˜ 파리. μ •κΈ°μ μœΌλ‘œ νŒŒλ¦¬μ—μ„œ λ³΄λ‚΄λŠ” μ±…λ“€λ‘œ κ°€λ“ν•œ 곡간은 κ΅­λ‚΄μ—μ„œ μ°Ύμ•„λ³Ό 수 μ—†λ˜ 예술 μ„œμ κ³Ό 독립 μΆœνŒλ¬Όλ“€μ΄ μ€€λΉ„λ˜μ–΄ μžˆλ‹€. λ˜ν•œ ν•¨κ»˜ μš΄μ˜ν•˜λŠ” νŽΈμ§‘μˆ β€˜λ―ΈλΌλ²¨(mirabelle)’도 μ£Όλͺ©ν•  점. λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ 의λ₯˜, 에코백, μ†Œν’ˆ, μ•‘μ„Έμ„œλ¦¬λ₯˜ λ“± 감각적인 μ†Œν’ˆλ“€λ„ λ§Œλ‚˜λ³Ό 수 μžˆμ–΄ 더 이상 번거둜운 ꡬ맀 λŒ€ν–‰ 없이 μ‰½κ²Œ ꡬ맀 κ°€λŠ₯ν•˜λ‹€. 참고둜 곡식 μΈμŠ€νƒ€κ·Έλž¨ @Ofrseoul을 톡해 μ œν’ˆ μž…κ³  μ†Œμ‹μ΄ μ—…λ°μ΄νŠΈλ˜λ‹ˆ μ„œλ‘˜λŸ¬ ν™•μΈν•΄λ³΄μž. 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Seoul μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈΒ μ„±λ™κ΅¬ μ„œμšΈμˆ²2κΈΈ 19-18 2μΈ΅ μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 수 – μΌμš”μΌ 13:00 – 19:00 식물과 유럽 λΉˆν‹°μ§€ κ°€κ΅¬λ“€λ‘œ κΎΈλ©°μ Έ νŽΈμ•ˆν•˜κ³  μ‘°μš©ν•œ λΆ„μœ„κΈ°μ˜ 평창동 μ±…λ°© β€˜λΆμ»€μŠ€β€™. κ°œμ„± μžˆλŠ” μ»¨μ…‰μ˜ μ™Έκ΅­ μž‘μ§€λŠ” λ¬Όλ‘  μ‹€μƒν™œμ μΈ μ£Όμ œλ“€μ˜ 책도 많이 μ·¨κΈ‰ν•˜λŠ” μ΄κ³³μ—λŠ” νŠΉλ³„ν•œ 비밀이 숨겨져 μžˆλ‹€. λ°”λ‘œ λͺ‡λͺ‡ μ„œμ μ—λŠ” 주인의 손글씨 μ½”λ©˜νŠΈκ°€ λΆ™μ–΄ μžˆμ–΄ 책을 κ³ λ₯΄λŠ” 재미λ₯Ό λŠλ‚„ 수 μžˆλŠ” 것. λ˜ν•œ μ±…λΏλ§Œ μ•„λ‹ˆλΌ ν•œμΌ μ— 마련된 λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ μ†Œν’ˆ μž‘ν™”λ₯Ό νŒλ§€ν•˜λŠ” 곡간과 λ”λΆˆμ–΄ μ—¬μœ λ‘œμš΄ ν΄λž˜μ‹ λ…Έλž˜κ°€ ν˜λŸ¬λ‚˜μ˜€λŠ” μΉ΄νŽ˜λ„ κ°–μΆ°μ Έ μžˆλ‹€. μ„œμ  주인의 μ·¨ν–₯이 κ³ μŠ€λž€νžˆ κΉƒλ“  β€˜λΆμ»€μŠ€β€™, ν•œ 번 λ°©λ¬Έν•˜λ©΄ 였래였래 머무λ₯΄κ³  싢은 그런 곳이닀. 뢁컀슀 μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈ μ’…λ‘œκ΅¬ 평창 30κΈΈ 10 μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 11:00 – 21:00Β  / μ›”μš”μΌ 휴무 ν•œμ ν•œ 단양 μˆ²μ†μ— μœ„μΉ˜ν•œ β€˜μƒˆν•œμ„œμ β€™μ€ μ˜ν™” <λ‚΄λΆ€μžλ“€> μ΄¬μ˜μ§€λ‘œ 유λͺ…해진 μž₯μ†Œλ‹€. λͺ¨λ“  것이 μ •μ§€λœ λ“― 였래된 λŠλ‚Œμ„ μ£ΌλŠ” μ„œμ μ—λŠ” λ³΄κ΄€ν•˜κ³  μžˆλŠ” μ±…λ“€λ§Œ 무렀 13만 ꢌ. 책방을 가득 μ±„μš°λŠ” 세월이 λ‹΄κΈ΄ κ°€μΉ˜ μžˆλŠ” ν—Œμ±…κ³Ό 곳곳에 λΆ™μ–΄ μžˆλŠ” 의미 μžˆλŠ” κΈ€κ·€λ“€. νŠΉνžˆλ‚˜ μ „λ¬Έμ„œμ κ³Ό μ›μ„œ λ…Όλ¬Έ 자료λ₯Ό 많이 μ·¨κΈ‰ν•˜λ©°, μ†Œμž₯ κ°€μΉ˜ μžˆλŠ” κΈ°λ…ν’ˆλ“€κ³Ό 문ꡬλ₯˜λ“€λ„ νŒλ§€ν•΄ λˆˆκΈΈμ„ λˆλ‹€. 산속에 μž‘μ§€λ§Œ 였랜 μ‹œκ°„μ„ λ‹΄κ³  μžˆλŠ” β€˜μƒˆν•œμ„œμ β€™μ€ μ±…κ³Ό 였직 λ‚˜μ—κ²Œλ§Œ 집쀑할 수 μžˆλŠ” νŠΉλ³„ν•œ 문화곡간이닀. μƒˆν•œμ„œμ  μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ 좩뢁 단양ꡰ 적성면 ν˜„κ³‘λ³ΈκΈΈ 46-106 μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 09:00 – 19:00 / μ—°μ€‘λ¬΄νœ΄ 동꡴ μ„œμ μœΌλ‘œ 유λͺ…ν•œ μ„μ§€λ‘œμ˜ β€˜μ•„ν¬μ•€λΆβ€™. μ„œμ κ³Ό λΌμ΄ν”„μŠ€νƒ€μΌμƒ΅μ΄ κ²°ν•©λœ 이곳은 책을 맀개둜 λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ λ¬Έν™”λ₯Ό μ¦κΈ°λŠ” β€˜λ¦¬λ”©ν…ŒμΈλ¨ΌνŠΈβ€™λ₯Ό 지ν–₯ν•œλ‹€. 도심 속 νœ΄μ‹κ³΅κ°„μΈ λ“― 일반적인 μ„œμ κ³Ό 달리 ν”νžˆ μ ‘ν•˜κΈ° νž˜λ“  ν•΄μ™Έ μž‘κ°€μ˜ μ•„μΉ΄μ΄λΈŒλΆ 및 사진집과 ν•΄μ™Έ μž‘μ§€λ“€μ΄ λ‹€λŸ‰ κ΅¬λΉ„λ˜μ–΄ μžˆλŠ” 점이 νŠΉμ§•. 감성과 지성 λͺ¨λ‘λ₯Ό μ•„μš°λ₯΄λŠ” β€˜μ•„ν¬μ•€λΆβ€™μ˜ 지ν–₯점과 맞게 λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ 예술 κ΄€λ ¨ μ„œμ μ΄ λˆˆκΈΈμ„ λˆλ‹€. 아크앀뢁 μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈ 쀑ꡬ μ„μ§€λ‘œ 29 B1F μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 10:00 – 22:00 무수히 λ§Žμ€ μ±… μ‚¬μ΄μ—μ„œ κ²°μ • μž₯μ• λ₯Ό μ•“κ³  μžˆλŠ” μ΄λ“€μ—κ²Œ μΆ”μ²œν•˜λŠ” μž₯μ†Œκ°€ μžˆλ‹€. λ°”λ‘œ 성뢁동에 μœ„μΉ˜ν•œ 읽고 μΆ”μ²œν•˜λŠ” νλ ˆμ΄μ…˜ μ„œμ  β€˜λΆ€μΏ β€™. SNSμ—μ„œ β€˜μ±… μ½μ–΄μ£ΌλŠ” λ‚¨μžβ€™λ‘œ 100만 κ΅¬λ…μžμ™€ μ†Œν†΅ν•˜λŠ” νλ ˆμ΄ν„°μ™€ 책을 μ’‹μ•„ν•˜λŠ” μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ΄ λͺ¨μ—¬ λ§Œλ“  이곳은 1만 μ—¬ ꢌ의 μΆ”μ²œ λ„μ„œ 뿐 μ•„λ‹ˆλΌ MD μ œν’ˆ, λ“œλΌμ΄ ν”ŒλΌμ›Œ 등을 ν•¨κ»˜ λ§Œλ‚˜λ³Ό 수 μžˆλŠ” λΆμΉ΄νŽ˜λ‹€. 책이 μ „μ‹œλ˜μ–΄ μžˆλŠ” κ³³κ³³μ—λŠ” 손 κΈ€μ”¨λ‘œ 책에 λŒ€ν•œ μ½”λ©˜νŠΈλ‚˜ μΈμƒκΉŠμ€ ꡬ절 등이 μ ν˜€μžˆμ–΄ ꡳ이 읽어보지 μ•Šμ•„λ„ μ·¨ν–₯에 맞게 책을 κ³ λ₯Ό 수 μžˆλŠ” 점이 포인트. κ·ΈλŸΌμ—λ„ 책을 μ„ νƒν•˜λŠ” 것이 μ–΄λ ΅λ‹€λ©΄ μ±…μ˜ 제λͺ©λ„ ν‘œμ§€λ„ μ•Œ 수 μ—†κ²Œ 포μž₯λ˜μ–΄ μžˆλŠ” β€˜λΉ„λ°€μ˜ 책’을 κ΅¬λ§€ν•΄λ³΄μž. 마치 μžμ‹ μ—κ²Œ 선물을 μ£ΌλŠ” 색닀λ₯Έ 기뢄을 선사해 쀄 것이닀.Β Β  λΆ€μΏ  μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈ 성뢁ꡬ μ„±λΆλ‘œ 167 μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 10:30 – 21:00 μ—°ν¬λ™μ˜ ν•œ μΌλ°˜μ£Όνƒμ„ κ°œμ‘°ν•΄ μ—¬λŸ¬ μƒμ μœΌλ‘œ 곡간을 ꡬ성해놓은 이곳 2μΈ΅μ—λŠ” 독립 μ„œμ μ„ νŒλ§€ν•˜λŠ” β€˜μœ μ–΄λ§ˆμΈλ“œβ€™κ°€ μžˆλ‹€. 이미 1μ„ΈλŒ€ λ…λ¦½μ„œμ μœΌλ‘œ 읡히 μ•Œλ €μ§„ μ±…λ°©. 일반 μ„œμ μ—μ„œλŠ” λŠλ‚„ 수 μ—†λŠ” μžμœ λΆ„λ°©ν•œ 양식을 가진 μ„œμ λ“€μ΄ κ΅¬λΉ„λ˜μ–΄ 있으며, λ…νŠΉν•œ 사진집과 κ·€μ—¬μš΄ μΌλŸ¬μŠ€νŠΈκ°€ 그렀진 책듀이 νŠΉνžˆλ‚˜ 많이 μ¦λΉ„ν•΄μžˆλ‹€. λ‹¨μˆœνžˆ 책을 사고 νŒλ§€ν•˜λŠ” 곡간이 μ•„λ‹Œ, μ˜μžμ— 앉아 독립 μž‘κ°€λ“€μ˜ 짙은 감성이 λ‹΄κ²¨μžˆλŠ” 사진집과 책을 κ°μƒν•΄λ³΄λŠ” 것은 μ–΄λ–¨κΉŒ. μœ μ–΄λ§ˆμΈλ“œ μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈ μ„œλŒ€λ¬Έκ΅¬ μ—°ν¬λ‘œ11라길 10-6 2μΈ΅ μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 13:00 – 20:00 / ν™”μš”μΌ 휴무 λ””μžμΈ 및 예술 μ„œμ λ“€λ‘œ κ°€λ“ν•œ β€˜ν¬μŠ€νŠΈ ν¬μ—ν‹±μŠ€β€™. 미술, 건좕, λ””μžμΈ, 사진, νŒ¨μ…˜ λ“± 예술 μ „λ°˜μ˜ μΆœνŒλ¬Όμ„ λ‹€λ£¨λŠ” μ„œμ μ€ μ „ 세계 크고 μž‘μ€ μΆœνŒμ‚¬ 200μ—¬ κ³³κ³Ό κ±°λž˜ν•˜λ©° μΆœνŒλ¬Όμ„ μˆ˜μž…, μœ ν†΅, νŒλ§€ν•œλ‹€. λˆˆμ— λ„λŠ” 점은 철제 μ„ λ°˜μ— 차곑차곑 μŒ“μ—¬μžˆλŠ” 이곳만의 λ…νŠΉν•œ 진열 방식. 마치 μ˜·μ„ κ°œμ–΄ 넣은 λ“― μ±…λ³΄λ‹€λŠ” μžμ—°μŠ€λ ˆ ν‘œμ§€μ— μ‹œμ„ μ΄ κ°€λŠ” κ΅¬μ‘°λŠ” 마치 ν•˜λ‚˜μ˜ 예술 μž‘ν’ˆμ„ λ³΄λŠ” 것 κ°™λ‹€. 각 μ„ λ°˜λ§ˆλ‹€ λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ ν•΄μ™Έ μΆœνŒμ‚¬μ˜ νŠΉμ§•μ΄ μ ν˜€ 있으며, μ±…λΏλ§Œ μ•„λ‹ˆλΌ 에코백, λ””μžμΈ μ†Œν’ˆλ“€λ„ ν•¨κ»˜ νŒλ§€ν•˜λŠ” 맀λ ₯적인 곡간. ν‰μ†Œ μ ‘ν•˜κΈ° μ–΄λ €μš΄ ν•΄μ™Έ μ„œμ λ“€μ„ λ§Œλ‚˜κ³  μ‹Άλ‹€λ©΄ μ£Όμ € 없이 λ°©λ¬Έν•΄λ³΄μž. 포슀트 ν¬μ—ν‹±μŠ€ μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈ μš©μ‚°κ΅¬ μ΄νƒœμ›λ‘œ 240, 1μΈ΅ μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ ㅣ평일 13:00 – 20:00 / μΌμš”μΌ, λ§ˆμ§€λ§‰ μ£Ό μ›”μš”μΌ 휴무 경볡ꢁ역 ν•œ μžλ½μ— μœ„μΉ˜ν•œ β€˜λ” 뢁 μ†Œμ‚¬μ΄μ–΄ν‹°β€™. μ„Έλͺ¨ λͺ¨μ–‘μ˜ λ‘œκ³ μ™€ λ‘κΊΌμš΄ 초둝문이 인상적인 이곳은 μ„œμ μ΄μž 좜판, νλ ˆμ΄νŒ… λ“± λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ ν”„λ‘œμ νŠΈ 슀페이슀둜 λ””μžμ΄λ„ˆμ™€ μ˜ˆμˆ κ°€λ“€μ˜ 영감 보물섬이닀. κ΅­λ‚΄μ™Έ μ‹œκ° 예술 λΆ„μ•Όμ˜ 독립, μ•„νŠΈλΆ 좜판 μ„œμ μ„ 이곳만의 μ·¨ν–₯으둜 μ—„μ€‘νžˆ 골라 μ±„μ›Œ 넣은 κ³³. 심지어 λ°”μ½”λ“œλ₯Ό λ³Ό 수 μ—†λŠ” μ±…κ³Ό DVD 등이 숨겨져 μžˆμ–΄ 보물찾기λ₯Ό ν•˜λŠ” 기뢄이 듀기도 ν•œλ‹€. μŠ€ν„°λ”” ν”„λ‘œκ·Έλž¨κ³Ό λ””μžμ΄λ„ˆ 토크 λ“± λ‹€μ±„λ‘œμš΄ 행사λ₯Ό κ°œμ΅œν•˜λŠ” 만큼 κ΅­λ‚΄μ™Έ μ•„ν‹°μŠ€νŠΈλ“€μ΄ μ•„μ§€νŠΈμ²˜λŸΌ μ°ΎλŠ” 곡간. 더 뢁 μ†Œμ‚¬μ΄μ–΄ν‹° μ£Όμ†Œ γ…£ μ„œμšΈ μ’…λ‘œκ΅¬ μžν•˜λ¬Έλ‘œ10κΈΈ 22 2μΈ΅ μ˜μ—…μ‹œκ°„ γ…£ 평일 13:00 – 19:00Β  / μ›”μš”μΌ 휴무 by eyesmag supportersΒ  강지민 / κΉ€κ±΄ν˜Έ / κΉ€λ―Όμ„± / 김보미 λ°•ν•œμ€€ / λ°°λͺ…ν˜„ / μ΄μ˜μ€€ / μ •μ˜ˆμ§„ λ”Β μžμ„Έν•œΒ λ‚΄μš©μ€Β <μ•„μ΄μ¦ˆλ§€κ±°μ§„>Β λ§ν¬μ—μ„œ
How Do I Pass Juniper JN0-421 Certification in First Attempt?
Juniper certification is the first and basic requirement for working as a network professional in most organizations. Having recently passed the Automation and DevOps Specialist certification exam I wanted to share some of my study experiences and tips with anyone that could be working towards their JNCIS DevOps cert. If you’re looking for the secret lesson on passing JNCIS-DevOps then you must be thinking of the very common question β€œHow can I prepare for my Juniper certification exam?” The Best Piece of Advice on JN0-421 The Juniper certification doesn’t just open the doors to networking success. It allows your profile to be marketed as a networking expert with global recognition. You are more knowledgeable than non-certified peers. This needs you to stretch your skills and recognize opportunities. Everyone learns differently, and being out of the wired and wireless networking job function for a few years I was more deliberate with my studies. All my studies were self-paced and I did not attend any classes or boot camps. This blog is a rough outline of the steps I used to study and pass the JNCIS DevOps exam. Things to Keep In Mind before Studying Automation and DevOps Specialist One should understand the core concept of a Juniper certification to be able to study right. Exam is Comprehensive The JN0-421 exam offered by Juniper includes a variety of topics based on networking to the most comprehensive Automation and DevOps. With so much to study, the exams may look tough to crack. However, it is understood that one should mainly focus on all types of Juniper exams. This requires candidates to go through the length and breadth of the topics. Practical Experience One requires both theoretical and practical knowledge in order to crack Juniper. The study requires practical knowledge and the candidate should be able to use theoretical information in real world troubleshooting and networking issues. I found the NWExam site with all the required study resources available on Juniper Networks Certified Specialist Automation and DevOps. JNCIS-DevOps Exam is a Quick One The JN0-421 exam requires you to handle questions in a limited time period. Regular practice is required to excel in the exams. Even if you are a knowledgeable candidate, being able to put answers together when it matters is a stressful situation. Juniper exams also cover real world issues that need to be understood and solved right at the moment. This requires time, patience and strategy. Juniper is Marketable The Juniper certification doesn’t just open the doors to networking success. It allows your profile to be marketed as a networking expert with global recognition. You are more knowledgeable than non-certified peers. This needs you to stretch your skills and recognize opportunities. Getting the Proper Material There is a lot of misunderstanding and controversy with regards to the appropriate study materials. Going to begin exam preparation with JN0-421 practice test, books and study guides recommended. These resources are easy to follow and define the Platform Automation Overview, NETCONF/XML API, Data Serialization and Templating comprehensively. It will help you easily remember the syllabus topics. This one is probably your Bible for the Juniper exams. If you can devote more time without harming your regular professional activities, there are some impressive simulators that will help build up confidence. It is advisable to register as a member of the JN0-421 Certification Forum for all the discussions, topics and advice. Approaching the Study Material ● Before you actually start with the syllabus books, learn to work with Binary Mathematics. You should be able to calculate in your sleep! ● For a good overview of the topics, solve JN0-421 sample questions. ● Get actual exam scenario based questions in practice exam. ● Practice as many questions as possible.It is just not enough to be able to solve questions but solve them within time. Schedule Practice Tests Schedule practice tests well in advance of the final exam date. Present yourself a deadline and check what you have been able to do. There is always scope to improve and the rest of the days should be befitting. Conclusion The best thing about preparing for Juniper exams is being able to explore and discover new theories and concepts. The final job that you land up with your JNCIS DevOps certifications would want you to be an expert and have thorough practical knowledge of all networking topics. It is not without reason that Juniper is a globally recognized certification and attracts better jobs and salary. One must study hard and be patient. The rewards will follow themselves. Good Luck!!
7 Quotes That Wont Make You Feel That Bad About Failure.
Life in your twenties is pretty much all failure. Actually, failure happens a lot more in life then success; thats why success always tastes so sweet. But for some reason failure seems to be everyones worse fear. That failure somehow means failing at life, failing completely. But that isn't true. Failing is a part of life! Failure is what MAKES success stories! Don't believe me, check out these amazing quotes that truly show its failure is what makes life interesting. I know this might sound a little cliche but if you stop trying because you are afraid to fail than you aren't really living at all. Life isn't meant to be lived in fear and mistakes happen. Embrace them. Its impossible not to learn from failure, even if what you learn is how to NOT do something. That just means you'll know better for next time. What I love about this quote is that even if you do fail at reaching your goal, your attempt has gotten you that much closer so why the hell should you stop now? We are all afraid of being copies of a copy of a copy. We strive to stand out, to create a legacy; yet fear of failure will only lead to a copy of a copy. Nothing original was ever created from someone else's success, but from constant trail and error. I LOVE THIS QUOTE. To often do we let failure linger with us like a pesky neighbor we just can't shake. We must remember that failure is not a person and can, in fact, remain in the yesterday. Life isn't about being perfect, its about being strong, and courageous, and kind, and remarkable. Those things don't come easy and failure only makes those attributes on a person that much stronger. And my all time favorite quote from Charlie Chaplin. Failure is an inevitable; it is how you handle your failings that will define your life. Make sure you can joke about yourself. Its the only way to make it though with a smile.
3 Korean Authors To Add To Your Reading List
I recently made a video about Haruki Murakami, and a few of oyu asked about some Korean authors you might like. Here are 3 and a half suggestions First is Kyungsook Shin, who I haven't read yet. She wronte "Please Look After Mom" which was a huge success internationally. She has had some scandals surrounding her though, because she plagarized a bit of her work from other authors... Now onto the authors I HAVE read! 1. Han Kang Most recently known for The Vegetarian, she writes in a creepy but realistic style. Everything that happens is believeable which makes it so much scarier. I'm about to read her historical fiction piece, Human Acts! 2. Chang Rae Lee I read On Such A Full Sea sometime last year and really enjoyed it. It takes place in a distopian society and is a really interesting look into how we interact with people around us! 3. Young Ha Kim I adore this author and if you're going to read anything on this list make sure you read Black Flower. It is about the true history of hundreds to thousands of Koreans being brought over to Mexico to essentially be slaves on plantations. Its a part of history I never knew about, and Young Ha Kim explains it in a really fascinating way. Have you read any of these authors?! Here are links to the books if you're interested in picking any of them up^^ Young Ha Kim BLACK FLOWER: http://amzn.to/2mltxHU I Have The Right To Destroy Myself: http://amzn.to/2m1fyGG Han Kang The Vegetarian: http://amzn.to/2lLKvOn Chang Rae Lee On Such A Full Sea: http://amzn.to/2m1jEyQ Kyung Sook Shin Please Look After Mom: http://amzn.to/2m1uXqs
You'll Make it Through Finals
Being a student isn't easy. But you're all superheroes. When it comes to unbeatable odds, you're going to make it. If you're suffering through the beginning of your finals, or you can see the light on the horizon, never fear. Your heroes are supporting you all the way! Take Cap for example. He recommends using EasyBib.com when you're writing your bibliography. Just type in the book title or ISBN and it will generate your citation for you! Stagger things when you can. Obviously some teachers are villains and they're not going to give you your due dates far ahead of time. But when you catch a break, try to think ahead. You don't want to be cramming for a midterm the same night you need to write a huge paper. Take breaks! It might be difficult at first, but if you're not resting you're not going to hand in your best work. Drink lots of water. Eat (canned food is better than nothing) and aim for at least three meals a day. If you're taking a power nap, either 20 or 90 minutes is probably going to give you the most energy. Give yourself a break. It can be tempting to go down the shame spiral. Should have studied harder should have partied less should have been somehow better- give your brain five minutes to self-sabotage and then shut it down as best you can. You are not your grades. Try your best and keep learning. Be your own hero. Something I like to tell myself when things get difficult: "Your track record for living through things is pretty good so far." I've faced a lot of difficult sh!t in my life, and I know you all have too. And you know what? You're still here. Judging from your past, you're going to make it through this too.
Make Your Education Work for You: Majoring In Cosplay
When I was an undergraduate in college, I studied English & Creative Writing as a double major. These disciplines fall under the broader category of 'liberal arts' and therefore my diploma is a Bachelor's of Arts. Or maybe two of those, because double major. Not really sure how that part works, to be honest. I went to a New York state school. We basically picked from the available majors for study, though I imagine that if I had really tried and fought for it, I might have been able to create a more customized degree of study. You find now more and more that colleges are doing a lot to offer student-created degrees of study, fine-tuning their own education to their specific realm of interest. One New Jersey artist is now making a bit of a name for herself, because she just completed a degree in cosplay from the University of Hartford in Connecticut. Her name is Cori Main, and she was able to work with an academic advisor at her campus to design a custom degree plan under the umbrella of liberal arts. Of course, this kind of thing is granting her some attention, undoubtedly some of it being unwarranted harassment from jaded folk online who find reasons to scoff at everything. In response to her newfound fame, Main posted this response on her Facebook page: Announcement: My degree, though ultimately was the basic foundation for it, does not say "Major in Cosplay". It is simply a bachelor of fine arts. My transcripts say "interdisciplinary contract major". My dean and I worked up the term "Art and Performance FX" to fit the degree. So yes, it could also be said that "cosplay" is a way to describe my studies, though it falls short of everything I learned. Having said that- if anything, I hope these articles inspire other artists not to give up on what they love. Boom, there you have it. Yes, she had a disciplinary focus on cosplay and performance FX, but the degree is still ultimately a liberal arts degree. I don't get the haters - she found a course of study she wanted to pursue and she did it! Isn't this exactly what we want for our students in America? I've seen some shitty comments around other sites where this has been talked about. A lot of people making the same, tired old gripe about most Liberal Arts degrees; that's it's effectively useless. Sure- so is my English degree by that standard. That shouldn't be something you care about though. Main made her decision to study what she studied, same as the rest of us. It's on her, like anyone else, to find a way to make the degree pay off for her. You do what you've gotta do to make things work, only she did it in a way that allowed her to pursue her dreams very seriously, with an academic basis for the foundation of it. Bravo, Ms. Main. I hope that people take the lesson here to heart; you can do fucking anything you set your mind to. Haters to the left, please.