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What are you going to do in 2023? Tops 5 skills to get!

  • Published on May 30, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Get these skills in 2023! Or at least get started.
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    07:30 - The 1% Rule
    08:17 - Deep Work
    09:42 - 5 Paths
    10:10 - Data Science / Machiine Learning / AI
    11:09 - Dev / Programming
    12:05 - Cyber Security
    12:22 - Cloud
    12:41 - Blockchain
    13:27 - Networking
    14:00 - Internet of Things
    14:30 - 5 Core Skills
    14:39 - Linux
    15:12 - Programming
    15:24 - Python / Golang / Rust
    15:50 - Networking
    16:25 - Cloud
    16:38 - Virtualization
    17:19 - Summary
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  • David Bombal
    David Bombal  4 months ago +664

    Get these skills in 2023! Or at least get started.
    Do you agree?
    // MENU //
    00:00 - Intro
    00:28 - Believe In Yourself
    01:52 - It's Not Too Late
    04:30 - Circle of Control
    06:04 - The 80/20 Rule
    07:30 - The 1% Rule
    08:17 - Deep Work
    09:42 - 5 Paths
    10:10 - Data Science / Machiine Learning / AI
    11:09 - Dev / Programming
    12:05 - Cyber Security
    12:22 - Cloud
    12:41 - Blockchain
    13:27 - Networking
    14:00 - Internet of Things
    14:30 - 5 Core Skills
    14:39 - Linux
    15:12 - Programming
    15:24 - Python / Golang / Rust
    15:50 - Networking
    16:25 - Cloud
    16:38 - Virtualization
    17:19 - Summary
    17:52 - Final Thoughts
    // BOOKS //
    - Deep Work by Cal Newport amzn.to/3Veeiwp
    - The 4-hour work week by Timothy Ferriss amzn.to/3FyT5ro
    - Atomic Habits by James Clear amzn.to/3YzEOmX
    - The 1% Rule by Tommy Baker amzn.to/3G2RxY0
    // Videos mentioned //
    - I challenged ChatGPT to Code and Hack (Are we doomed?): clip-share.net/video/Fw5ybNwwSbg/video.html
    - Dr Chuck: Computer Science isn’t programming: clip-share.net/video/z3o6yEzcnLc/video.html
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    • zZz
      zZz 4 months ago +1

      any courses you recommend relating to chatgpt?

    • trainwreck
      trainwreck 4 months ago +7

      Or, if you want your hands in EVERYTHING, DevSecOps. It's basically cloud, programming, clouds again, APIs, cybersecurity, automation, virtualization. You will future proof yourself if you are competent in DevSecOps.

    • Ndjalo Patrick
      Ndjalo Patrick 4 months ago +1

      thank you very much for the advice my I really like the way you explain things you are the best, but I ask you a small favor I just want to know how I can do in JavaScript a solution that can help me solve the quiz , so create something that can correctly answer the quiz posed in different quizzes; for example Kahoot, Quizziz,Gimkit etc...

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  4 months ago +3

      @Mertcan KARABACAK I've put a lot on my website for download: davidbombal.com/motivation/

    • King Funny
      King Funny 4 months ago

      what's the best VMware
      What do you recommend I use?

  • Ian Gracias
    Ian Gracias 3 months ago +738

    I passed my A+ yesterday, at 55 years old, target is Cyber security , now studying Networking+, and in my free time i ve been studying Linux, and Python. Your video was very inspirational. Thank you.

    • Mark Carrico
      Mark Carrico 3 months ago +11

      Are you doing all of this with online courses, or are you having to go to college classes in person? Congrats, by the way!

    • Ian Gracias
      Ian Gracias 3 months ago +23

      @Mark Carrico Thanks, I'm studying with online courses and books.

    • Karmabet
      Karmabet 3 months ago +10

      @Ian Gracias I am excited to see that your effort is rewarded, my way forward would be like yours, could you tell me what platforms or resources you have used to achieve your goal.
      Thanks in advance.

    • KhoroshoIgra
      KhoroshoIgra 3 months ago +2

      Congrats sir!

    • Chris Odhiambo
      Chris Odhiambo 3 months ago +7

      I have started networking.The aim is to become a cybersecurity expert.

  • Thomas Henry
    Thomas Henry 15 days ago +42

    Great video, trading come with a lot of benefits And I have just bought my first house through it. As a beginner I was scared of loosing my savings but I’m glad I took the bold step that is now favoring me.

    • James Logan
      James Logan 15 days ago


    • James Logan
      James Logan 15 days ago

      I will love to be your friend dear as well as sharing some i dears which you're benefiting.

    • Thomas Henry
      Thomas Henry 15 days ago

      Okay but is not luck, is all about having good investment plans most of all trading with a trust worthy expert.
      Watching professional trading videos and most especially connecting with the right person the digital world is full of in unreal people I met some of them during my success journey. I felt same way when I started especially when you use demo account you might be winning but when you put in real money you start losing I understand and I pass through it all. I’m very happy I’m profitable now.

    • Laura
      Laura 15 days ago

      Hey how good are your earnings I will like to get some insights into trading thank you.

    • Thomas Henry
      Thomas Henry 15 days ago

      Currently i can attest to the fact that I
      make $18,300 weekly through trading
      which is more better then my monthly salary job. Trading becomes my passive

  • Ryan Osmond
    Ryan Osmond Month ago +533

    I wish i learnt most of these principles about seven years ago. A lot of people have been trapped strongly in the matrix-- Go to school, get a job, and then slave your whole life. Many miss out on life-changing information that could have great effect on their finances. I played with the stock market sometime in 2020, and I was surprised at how well it turned out. I want to put in $90k more into the market. I heard people are making really great returns despite the downturn. Any recommendations?

    • Jeffrey Hulkman
      Jeffrey Hulkman Month ago +2

      Stocks are pretty unstable at the moment, but if you do the right math, you should be just fine. Bloomberg and other finance media have been recording cases of folks gaining over 250k just in a matter of weeks/couple months, so I think there are a lot of wealth transfer in this downtime if you know where to look.

    • Marco Polo
      Marco Polo Month ago

      My wife and I were following this same trajectory. Last two years, I pulled out my money and invested with her wealth manager. Not catching up with her profits over the years, but at least I earn more. Haha.

    • Margaritas 🍸
      Margaritas 🍸  Month ago

      @Marco Polo For real, I've wanted to switch to a wealth manager. Please, could you recommend yours?

    • Marco Polo
      Marco Polo Month ago +6

      @Margaritas 🍸 The thing is that I really don't like making such recommendations. But there are many freelance wealth managers you could check out. I have been working with "Deborah Sue Bohn" for about four years now, and she's made decent returns. If she meets your discretion, then you could go ahead.

    • Ryan Osmond
      Ryan Osmond Month ago +1

      @Marco Polo I looked up your advisor's full name and she appears to be trustworthy and knowledgeable. She is a fiduciary who acts in any individual's best interests. So I left a message on her website, and I'm hoping she responds soon.

  • Shawn King
    Shawn King 8 days ago +2

    We love your videos David, please keep rocking it!!!

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  8 days ago

      Thank you!

    • Shawn King
      Shawn King 8 days ago

      @David Bombal You are welcome David, we love how you interview experts in the various fields of interest, and you ask the questions that we are all trying to get the answers to. We appreciate all your hard work, awesome stuff!!!

  • Rami.009
    Rami.009 12 days ago +4

    I have no words to describe how I feel confident with the encouragement that you create. It's good to have you, Sir.😊

  • topdev_tech
    topdev_tech 4 months ago +14

    I was a construction worker/ fabricator a bit over two years ago. In 21 I learned full stack web development. This dudes on point you do not have to stay the same

    • Kae Anderson
      Kae Anderson Month ago +2

      Sorry to ask you this but how much do you earn now from the skill you learn ?..I'm just starting out and I'm thinking if I should continue or not

    • G
      G Month ago

      @Kae Anderson i need to know to

  • MJ MJ
    MJ MJ 4 months ago +225

    As an older individual, rekindling my love for computers and technology, I can’t thank David enough for this type of content and his wonderful channel.

    • Irish German
      Irish German 4 months ago +5

      I'm 45 and he helped drive me to grow my education. 2 months after I started educating myself, my coworkers were replaced by an app. I'm next and I have a great career.

    • Alan Analyst
      Alan Analyst  4 months ago +15

      You are old when your curiosity stops and you stop learning

    • Morgan Martin
      Morgan Martin 4 months ago +4

      I'm in there with you!!

    • Best Yav
      Best Yav 4 months ago +3

      Please I'd like to get some advice . I am an electrician , I'm 34 years old and i started educating myself on something whicth I've not finished yet .Now do you think is a good idea if I should be learning two things in parallel? Moreover I know nothing about programming like python,..would starting AI , Machine learning or data science be beneficial for me ? Your suggestions are very welcome and thanks in advance.

    • Todd Maek
      Todd Maek 4 months ago +1

      Same and agree

  • Medhanie
    Medhanie 3 months ago +37

    You are my motivation ! Because of you , i jumped from Security Officer to NOC technician . Thanks David !

  • Patrick O
    Patrick O 4 months ago +9

    I wish i could "like" this video times a million. A lot of the information presented by David in this video could apply to anyone, not just technology folks. Truly inspirational! I have been watching David's videos since 2016ish. He put out content freely to truly help anyone for free. He doesn't know it but he has helped me grow in my career 100 fold. Thanks David!!!

  • Alvin Quartey
    Alvin Quartey 2 months ago +4

    Great content. Really appreciate stirring me into the right path. Been racking up mind for two other skills to add up to being an upcoming cybersecurity professional. And I could say AI/ Machine Learning, blockchain and mastering my Linux could really be a game changer. Big ups for the inspiration as well

  • Catherine Binalla
    Catherine Binalla 7 days ago

    I absolutely agree ! Love your message so inspiring

  • Nv Duke
    Nv Duke 4 months ago +1

    Thank you so much for this video, it was truly amazing. I have been studying data science since last one year which included python, machine learning, AI and many visualization tools. It has really changed my perspective about my career focus. I was an engineer working into hardcore telecom field but the vastness and importance these skills have seems to have opened up a lot of options infront of me. Also being in my late 20s I feel like during my data science study sessions I was able to rekindle with the lost studying etiquettes that I had when I was in high school or college. Its not easy to sit and study again with full focus when you are grown up. Recently got a job as a data scientist and here on I wise to keep learning and mastering my machine learning skills while also developing AI skills to which m still a toddler right now. Thanks again for the video, you got a new sub!

  • Alan Philips
    Alan Philips 4 months ago +277

    This channel distinguishes itself from the common Clip-Share tech themes. The messages in this particular video on self reliance, time management, and efficient productivity, are crucial accompaniments to the tech topics discussed.
    I wish I had access to this sort of info sharing 30 years ago - and I hope I would have been wise enough to have listened.

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  4 months ago +13

      Thank you Alan!

    • Praveen Dissanayake
      Praveen Dissanayake 4 months ago +6

      Me too. I'm 29 now and i wish I had this info 10 years ago.

    • Alan Philips
      Alan Philips 4 months ago +5

      @Praveen Dissanayake I know how you feel. That said, it’s great you’re absorbing this now.

    • Marvin Caballeros
      Marvin Caballeros 4 months ago +3

      @Praveen Dissanayake Same here! 31! but I just started to study CCNA and Cibersecurity

    • Alan Philips
      Alan Philips 4 months ago +2

      @Marvin Caballeros great idea!

  • Loofy101™
    Loofy101™ Month ago +3

    Thank you so much David! The only show I watch and advocate is Mr. Robot! After doing my annual rewatch because I love it so much I’ve recently started diving into learning about tech again. I don’t know what killed it for me but since I was 6 years old I was messing around with computers because my family members and relatives who were much older trickled all that stuff down into me. I can’t believe I gave up on it when I got to the middle of highschool. I’m 23 years old now and still fortunate to be young. I like how you’ve rekindled everyone’s passions for technology. There’s no better time to get started than now! Yeah if I kept up with these skills since a young age I’d be somewhat proficient, but doesn’t mean I can’t start again 23!

  • MrBitviper
    MrBitviper 4 months ago

    thank you for all the wonderful content David. can't thank you enough for all the insightful information you've provided over the years

  • Bayonle Arashi
    Bayonle Arashi 4 months ago +1

    I really love this video and I appreciate the effort you put in to share those important values that someone must pursue in 2023. I am very passionate about helping a lot of American teenagers and young adults with the importance of finding purpose early in life and you just gave me some of the topics to share on my podcast. I look forward to keeping learning from you.

  • Bilal Chaudhary
    Bilal Chaudhary 4 months ago +3

    This video is extremely informative and insightful! I appreciate the emphasis on developing soft skills, such as communication and problem-solving, in addition to technical skills. These skills will be crucial for success in the rapidly changing world of 2023 and beyond. It's also great to see the emphasis on learning and adaptability as key skills for future success. I will definitely be incorporating these skills into my own personal and professional development goals. Thank you for sharing this valuable information!

  • Grandson Phiri
    Grandson Phiri 10 days ago

    Damn! I stambled on this video at the right time I must say. Thank you sir. Just know that you are impacting people like me across the globe.

  • Abdurahim Shoyimov
    Abdurahim Shoyimov 4 months ago +77

    Thank you David for your unvaluable videos you are sharing for us. I have started my career in IT After Purchasing your CCNA course on Udemy. I have CCNA now and I almost finished learning Linux basics. I am going to learn cloud computing and Dockers in 2023. When I feel boring about learning always your videos give me inspiration. Thank you very much.

  • Chanda Mubanga
    Chanda Mubanga 4 months ago +8

    Thanks David, last year you introduced me to AWS, now I'm a Certified Solutions Architect, can't wait to learn a new skill this year.

    • Denise Fawcett
      Denise Fawcett 4 months ago +1

      Did you land any job with the AWS certificate?

    • Chanda Mubanga
      Chanda Mubanga 4 months ago

      @Denise Fawcett Yes, but if you're going the cloud engineering route full time I'd advise you also get Azure considering it's starting to grow and be more competitive with AWS than it was a few years ago. Also, I'd like to put in perspective that i live in Africa, so the competition here may be different from other parts of the world.

    • Denise Fawcett
      Denise Fawcett 4 months ago +1

      Thanks bro. Actually I’m just thinking of going Into tech this year so I’m literally looking out for a skill which I can juggle alongside with school.
      I’m 29and I just kinda feel like I’ve wasted my 20s, like I should’ve started this stuffs like 5 years ago so now I don’t really know which tech skill to acquire and that can guarantee me a future in the tech industry. Hope to hear from you. Shalom 🫡

    • Chanda Mubanga
      Chanda Mubanga 4 months ago

      @Denise Fawcett It's never too late bro, tech is very wide and dynamic, and people have different strengths which creates a lot of opportunity out there. Just find what interests you the most and go for it, it doesn't have to be limited to cloud, you can mix skills and just grow your value on the market as you'd like. Good luck

    • Denise Fawcett
      Denise Fawcett 4 months ago +1

      @Chanda Mubanga thanks bro. I’d work on that fr. 🫡

  • LuisF
    LuisF 4 months ago +6

    David, these are incredibly WISE words! How does a 53yo like myself even get started, or is it way too late? I started out very interested in web dev, although cyber security seems interesting, but way more difficult than learning html, css and javascript. Appreciate any advice... Thank you David, for the valuable free content you put out!👊🏽

    • The Pragmatic Engineer
      The Pragmatic Engineer 4 months ago +2

      Age is not a criteria until you have the passion to perform. Go ahead and get started. Age is just a number!!!

    • LuisF
      LuisF 4 months ago

      @The Pragmatic Engineer Ty!👊🏽

  • Angus Lou
    Angus Lou 3 months ago +137

    I started learning AI & data science and Python at 48, and now I am 54 and think I’m really good at it. This year I will focus on VR/ AR/ MR, different kinds of reality, and crossover with AI.

    • digital haze
      digital haze 3 months ago +4

      These are actually very hot topics!

    • Soon Soon
      Soon Soon 2 months ago +2

      مرحبا انا من سورية هل تستطيع تعليمي كيف اخترق شبكة wi fi أرجوك ساعدني انا لا أملك المال لشراء بطاقة شبكة

    • Hussi
      Hussi 2 months ago +2

      How much do you earn now?

    • EStreamGames
      EStreamGames 2 months ago +1

      Where do you study all of this ? What kind of classes

    • MyChannel
      MyChannel 2 months ago +1

      @Soon Soon It's illegal, you won't find anyone teaching you that online tbh ... Start by learning networking, then security principles and tools.

  • Josh Smith
    Josh Smith 4 months ago

    Actually reading through Atomic habits currently, and it's such a solid book. Totally gives you a different perspective on how to view good/bad habits and how to go about making changes in your life

  • E'shine
    E'shine 11 days ago +2

    Thank you so much for this video. I am in my 50s and just learning how to code with a bootcamp. I doing full stack and it’s really overwhelming for me. But your video really encourages me. By the way I have first degree in Accounting from Africa and trying to change career. I don’t want to give up. I want to keep practicing even though it’s really difficult for me. Like you said I cannot learn all. It will take time and I know I will get there as long as I keep practicing. Thanks brother.

    • Bhavesh Patel
      Bhavesh Patel 5 days ago

      I resigned last week after 15 years in Accounting. SQL data analysis is my new job. Next learning will be Python and PowerBI

  • Jeff Vinter
    Jeff Vinter 4 months ago +18

    You are an awesome guy, truly motivating, thank you David! I’m in my 40, also CCIE for 10+ years and currently in the transformation to a Full Stack Developer. Learning is the key!

    • nikhil kumar
      nikhil kumar 3 months ago

      Hi Jeff best of luck, I am also having same years of experience learning Full Stack now a days. Can you please share which technologies you choose to become a full stack developer?

    • The Josh
      The Josh 3 months ago +1

      I’ve am a senior full stack dev. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

    • Jeff Vinter
      Jeff Vinter 3 months ago

      @nikhil kumar I‘m doing a one year school with a company called Code Institute. It’s all remotely done and I can highly recommend them. Sure, content is out for free somewhere but I wanted to have a guided path. I’m half way through and I am happy so far. You can check the syllabus on their site.

    • nikhil kumar
      nikhil kumar 3 months ago

      @The Josh thanks for the reply. I am having experience in mobile technologies want to learn full stack can you please share which technologies should i learn?? I have basic knowledge of javascript.

    • nikhil kumar
      nikhil kumar 3 months ago

      @Jeff Vinter Thanks for your reply 😊

  • Samuel Dev
    Samuel Dev 4 months ago

    Gracias David!! Excelente video. Llevo 7 años en el área de Networking y Security soy CCNP. Desde 2022 vengo enfocado en Python y Linux.

  • The Boss
    The Boss 4 months ago +1

    Having just started learning python a few weeks ago this video has given me more strength & enlightenment to push on & be a better person.
    Thank you so much, you just got yourself a new subscriber

  • Asta Kristján
    Asta Kristján Month ago +498

    My greatest concern is how to recover from all these economic and global troubles and stay afloat especially with the political power tussle going on in the US.

    • Irena Dölinsek
      Irena Dölinsek Month ago +2

      As with any big financial decision, it’s important to keep your guard up for economic risks. However, smart planning, time management and seeking advice from a financial adviser can help keep you and your money safe.

    • Simon Badri
      Simon Badri Month ago +4

      @Irena Dölinsek I agree with you. I moved into stock with less than $100K, and now I'm about 17K short of half a million dollars. Credits to Kathleen Yanelli Carole. She's accurate.

    • Erin Mills
      Erin Mills Month ago +1

      @Simon Badri Fantastic! can u share more details?

    • Денис Лососенко
      Денис Лососенко Month ago

      Same here, in Russia

  • Hubert Nare
    Hubert Nare 4 months ago +1

    Super helpful content, well structured, plus the energy is so positive - I love it

  • victor melo
    victor melo Month ago

    David Bombal..Great job explaining a couple hard truths about our career in tech. Good to remind us a couple things that we need to focus on and the new trends. You are very inspirational..Good job!

  • Kevin Thomas
    Kevin Thomas 4 months ago +41

    I just love the positive message you send David in addition to all the FREE tutorials and advice. You are a gem my friend Cheers!!! I agree with you AI is where the largest growth I see. I am excited about those tutorials you will be putting forth in that regard. In my free time outside of work and developing new Reverse Engineering tutorials, I am learning TensorFlow as well.

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  4 months ago +5

      Thank you Kevin! Thanks for sharing what you're learning :)

    • Kevin Thomas
      Kevin Thomas 4 months ago +1

      @David Bombal pleasure David!

  • Pieter Rall
    Pieter Rall 4 months ago +2

    Thank you David for this video, I also agree with your 6 areas as an MCT with 33 years of experience. I myself will go back to basics in Coding as I want to Master AI and ML too... All the best for 2023 to you, family, and friends from me in South Africa. Loved your interviews with Dr. Chuck and Ivan as well, spot on. I myself would like to see people empowered with IT without money as a barrier to entry. In May I would have been and IT Lecturer and Trainer for 34 years, love the potential that IT gives us as Humanity.

  • hermon810
    hermon810 4 months ago

    Thanks David for the useful advice! That's very true. It would be even nicer if you could introduce key references for each topic.

  • Architect Gilbert Perez

    Wish you, everyone, the best in 2023. It is always rewarding to learn something new on any field of knowlege or profession. Thanks David for sharing valuable information.

  • Farm of Millions
    Farm of Millions 4 months ago

    I found the content very useful, informative and well-researched, and it provides a good starting point for anyone who's looking to improve their skills in the future. The video is a great way to start thinking about your own professional development for the coming year and to take action on it.

  • Thu Rein Zaw
    Thu Rein Zaw Month ago

    Thank you David, this video is really inspiring to me. I have been wasting my time and stopped learning in my job over the past 3 years and Now , I suddenly realize that I have a future and need to learn something new everyday and improve myself. I promised myself that I will keep learning and improving to get some achievements in my career.

  • Jazon Samillano
    Jazon Samillano 4 months ago +22

    This video inspired me to keep improving a little everyday. Thank you, Sir!

  • Gabriel Makoi
    Gabriel Makoi 4 months ago

    Watching this video already feels like I have learned a skill or two, and yes I'm going to learn some of those skills this year. I must learn them!
    Thank you

  • raybel Balls
    raybel Balls Month ago

    Thanks David! This video really inspired me. I actually wanted to ask if web development will stay in the upcoming years, because I'm currently learning web development, I finished the basics of HTML and I'm now in CSS.

    • Ajmal Rafeek
      Ajmal Rafeek Month ago

      I will complete my degree in 1 week so I don't have any idea for my future,i really sick , web development is a futuristic scope or not

  • esa val
    esa val 2 months ago +5

    Started my career switch to tech 2 years ago and I am still building skills .Time management is the key because learning resources are available in abundance on Clip-Share and other online platforms. Thanks for the motivation

  • Nitul
    Nitul 4 months ago

    Thanks David for posting such an informative video. This gives a fresh perspective to plan out our learning path for the year.

  • Ray
    Ray 4 months ago

    Very inspiring. David, I appreciate your work and in the short amount of time that I have discovered your channel you have already changed little aspects of my life for the better. Thanks and keep up the great work you do.

  • Dan’s Lit Adventure
    Dan’s Lit Adventure 4 months ago +3

    I’m very interested in taking the year and studying the implementation of cloud computing with AI and Machine Learning. I’m fortunate enough to be able to use cloud technologies in my day-to-day and am looking into maybe specializing in cloud.
    Thanks for all of the content, David!

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    This is probably your most valuable video and has caused some of the best minutes I have spent on Clip-Share.

  • Snow Flake
    Snow Flake 14 days ago +1

    Love this, most brillant youtuber, inspiring. Always hitting the spot for me as I'm rerouting from not much in 50 years and trying to spin it all around.

  • Abigail Indica
    Abigail Indica 4 months ago

    I first heard of Bob proctor, soon I was willingly changing my mind thanks to others such as tony robins, bryan tracy, napoleon hill books... having someone in the tech field motivating in the tech field is great... I highly appreciate this kind of material... most focus on the technical part... but that's the easy part... discipline and mindset is the hardest daily task. thanks again

  • X Factor
    X Factor 4 months ago +2

    You've given me a complete blueprint and I will do exactly what you said starting from today and keep you updated how much I have learnt

  • so long suckers
    so long suckers 4 months ago +1

    Thank you for all the advices you have offered to us ... And the most important the motivation 🙏

  • ajko000
    ajko000 4 months ago +23

    I officially got into "tech" ~5 years ago. First job I learned a lot of basics, jack of all trades type of situation. I only got into a larger networking job the past 3 - one thing I noticed is the CLI is only ever used for ad-hoc maintenance or traffic engineering. Most of the basic architectures are now deployed using YAML, Jinja, and Python. A lot of programmatic concepts and pipelines are used now, and the need for skills with Linux is growing. Linux is by far the greatest toolset I've learned, it's helped me understand networking better, it's helped me understand systems better. The amount of times I use common Linux tools on our config repo to bulk-audit and edit is more often than I think I do full configurations from scratch.

  • Syed Qadir
    Syed Qadir 4 months ago +1

    Thank you so much David for your enthusiastic thoughts. It will definitely help people like me. I liked and subscribed and I don't want to miss your videos.

  • Udo Jetschmanegg
    Udo Jetschmanegg 2 months ago +3

    Really inspiring and motivating speech - thank you, David 🙏🏽

  • Narvadeshwar Chaubey Banaras

    Excellent content as usual for professionals and great mentor 🙏🤗

  • Holmz Law
    Holmz Law 4 months ago +1

    David I'm so happy I found your channel. It's crazy because I found your channel doing what you are talking about. Learning new things everyday.

  • Youssef Amr
    Youssef Amr 4 months ago +1

    Such an useful motivational info for those who understand it's importance!
    Wishing you all the best as well cheers mate!

  • CresentX
    CresentX 4 months ago +11

    Thanks David. Im chasing the Data Science track and hoping to be in a competitive position by summer then start looking into changing careers. Very inspirational thank you again.

  • Avalon Lori R
    Avalon Lori R 4 months ago +2

    I just happen to come across your video and being over 50 myself- I love learning and never plan to quit - I’m in the healing business but loving chat gpt and found you inspiring and refreshing 💪👍🙏

  • Altron100
    Altron100 3 months ago +1

    Thank you David, for a very motivational video. I’m capable of many things however I doubt myself sometimes and this works against me.

  • Kibo Tron
    Kibo Tron 4 months ago

    Your work and advice are highly appreciated, David!

  • digital haze
    digital haze 3 months ago +1

    Superb channel. I'm actually in the beginning of my programming journey to AI. I find your content very helpful and made just in the right time for me.

  • Mihail Balanici
    Mihail Balanici 3 months ago +2

    Thanks a lot, David, very inspirational! I think one of the coolest and hottest topics in networking is ML-based Network Automation, DevNet for instance could be a good start. Since everything is moving towards autonomy right now, getting proficient in ML and its application to Network and Process Automation, is the future. And yes, it involves everything: Linux, Python, MLOps, Data engineering, Virtualization, and Cloud development.

  • Todor Todorov
    Todor Todorov 4 months ago +32

    Like always extremely useful and meaningful content.
    Thank you for the motivation David.

    • HighSpeedNoDrag
      HighSpeedNoDrag 4 months ago +1

      What would be USEFUL is to not use terms and words that others have before you (i.e. motivation). Creativity is a lost skill down the rabbit hole.

  • Shakib Pramanik
    Shakib Pramanik 13 days ago +1

    I love this session. Very good video for those who want to develop a good skill.

  • ElmerShox Networks
    ElmerShox Networks 4 months ago +1

    Thank you for Guiding us David. Its an eye opener and great content. Agree on the networking is not that high growth. Keep on Learning this 2023!

  • Le Nosfe
    Le Nosfe 4 months ago

    I found David's channel in Odysee, is pure gold, and now this? Just incredibly accurate, many thanks David, I have been able to clarify more and more how I want to reroute my life because of your videos!

  • Cristiane Epifanio
    Cristiane Epifanio 2 months ago +1

    David you are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing all this info with us!😊

  • Alan Sadeeq
    Alan Sadeeq 4 months ago +5

    Hey David, you don't believe how much I needed to hear these words, I dropped out from college this year to follow my passion, my parents are too negative, I turn to youtube for advice, I will make 2023 my year!!!!

  • Jeremy's IT Lab
    Jeremy's IT Lab 4 months ago +14

    Agreed about networking! Not really one of the hot growth industries at the moment, but a solid career.
    And it will always be a core skill for anyone in IT! The world is getting more and more networked, so networking is here to stay 💪

  • Joseph Bleyor
    Joseph Bleyor Month ago +1

    Great content and very valuable suggestions. I have one question for u though @David Bombal, which linux distribution would u recommend for a CCNP person trying to start with linux?

  • karl Timbreza
    karl Timbreza 2 months ago +1

    11 years ago , I had wasted my time not to continue my tech journey , thank you david for this wonderful video it helps me more to convince my self to give it a try again.

  • Ali W.
    Ali W. 4 months ago

    Thanks, David. It was a much needed message for me today. “Believe in yourself”.

  • Muhammad Arshad
    Muhammad Arshad 4 months ago +2

    Hi David good to see you are motivating us. I just need your advice regarding Cloud as you adviced mutiple times to start with AWS can you please elaborate which linux type specifically we should learn and how much networking skills we need to learn before moving AWS cloud practitioner cert moreover you udemy course "Python For Network Engineers" will be enough to move towards cloud?
    Thanks in advance 🙏🏻

  • randy
    randy 4 months ago

    Thank you David for the amazing content you put out. Appreciate your content!

  • David & Marcie Hollie
    David & Marcie Hollie 4 months ago +23

    Great content and reminder on going after what you want in tech/life. Thank you very much for sharing!

  • Denver
    Denver 3 months ago

    This video is a real gem! Thank you for sharing your ideas to us. I learned a lot and i'll make sure to apply them.

  • Mohammad Torab
    Mohammad Torab 3 months ago +1

    thank you sir, for creating such motivational videos and, as a software developer you have really made up my mind to revise and re-think about my goals for 2023!

  • Bryz! ☁️
    Bryz! ☁️ 4 months ago +1

    This is the Motivation I needed to start this 2023. Thank you sir!

  • Abdikarim
    Abdikarim 4 months ago

    Thank you very much, David, for the information you provide; it is extremely valuable and useful. I like it.

  • Maxio
    Maxio 2 days ago +1

    Totally agree with you. Thanks for this inspiring video.

  • Abdulai Fadiga
    Abdulai Fadiga 4 months ago +24

    The energy is so positive David, thanks as always😀

  • Positivity & Self Improvement

    Great suggestions. I absolutely agree with the idea of staying futuristic and riding the wave. . But One more.importabt thing, that in your learning pursuits rationalizing your screen time and limiting it will help bring a balance in your life which is also becoming a skill that is rare.

  • Tim Ressos
    Tim Ressos 4 months ago +2

    This guy was soo good.. genuinely cares about his viewers becoming a success

  • Graham Duncan
    Graham Duncan 2 months ago +281

    I'm not kidding when I say that the market crash and high inflation have me really stressed out and worried about retirement.
    I've been in the red for a while now and although people say these crisis has it perks, I'm losing my mind but I get it,Investing is a long-term game, so I will focus on the long run.

    • Cyril Hamilton
      Cyril Hamilton 2 months ago +1

      I can't focus on the long run when I should be retiring in 3years, you see l've got good companies in my portfolio and a good amount invested, but my profit has been stalling, does it mean this recession/unstable market doesn't provide any calculated risk opportunities to make profit?

    • Susan Vlahovic
      Susan Vlahovic 2 months ago

      There are a lot of strategies to make tongue wetting profit especially in a down market, but such sophisticated trades can only be carried out by proper market experts

    • Michael Reid
      Michael Reid 2 months ago +1

      I agree, I have been consistent with my profit regardless of the market conditions, I got into the market early 2019 and the constant downtrends and losses discouraged me so I sold off, got back in Dec 2020 this time with guidance from an investment adviser that was recommended by a popular economist on a popular forum, long story short, its been years now and l've gained over $850k following guidance from my investment adviser.

    • Susan Vlahovic
      Susan Vlahovic 2 months ago +1

      I've been down a ton, l'm only holding on so I can recoup, I really need help, who is this investment-adviser that guides you

    • Michael Reid
      Michael Reid 2 months ago +1

      It would be very innovative suggestion to look out for Financial Advisors like Olivia Maria Lucas who can help shape up your portfolio. Trying times are ahead, and good personal financial management will be very important to weather the storm.

  • Steven Tran
    Steven Tran 26 days ago

    Hey David,
    I left my job for a new career in cybersecurity. Earned my CompTIA A+ in Feb, and kinda been in a slump. Been stuck on Day 20/60 for CCNA for a bit now. This video, helped motivated me, thank you!.

  • Yr Ysf
    Yr Ysf 3 months ago +1

    thank you very much for this informative useful video. I am third year computer science student , I am recently debating myself which career path to choose after I graduate. This video given me some insight. I really like and enjoy machine learning , hence I wish to be machine learning engineer. However, I have never taken statistics, and I hate integral calculus (integration sometimes quite hard to do) . If you can make a video about how good a machine learning engineer has to be in mathematics and statistics, that would be appreciable. Thanks

    • Yr Ysf
      Yr Ysf 3 months ago

      Oh btw, is it true that organizations require Machine Learning Engineers to have master's degree ?

    • Manjula R
      Manjula R 2 months ago


    AYBEL 4 months ago +11

    You're an amazing individual David !!!
    You bring motivation and helped me get out of isolation and get my life together.

    • David Mckee
      David Mckee 4 months ago +2

      Unbelievably Good thank you . I am After ccna, vmware, python, and finish with desec. I am 68 i have heard enough about being too old watch and learn Baby.
      I was a electronic tech for most of my career.

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  4 months ago +7

      Thank you! I'm very happy to hear that :) We need to help one another make the most of our time here. Go out and make a massive success of your life!

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  4 months ago +6

      I've learned to ignore people who tell me I'm too old and I especially like proving all the haters and doubters wrong. Their limiting beliefs aren't mine.

    • AYBEL
      AYBEL 4 months ago +2

      @David Bombal I'm already in a batter place than I was just three months ago.

    • Cam in Nova
      Cam in Nova 4 months ago

      @David Mckee I love this. You are never too old. Go man go!

  • Musab Abdelkareem
    Musab Abdelkareem 2 months ago

    Many many thanks Mr. David, it is an amazing video And motivating Thanks for that.

  • Scalar Theorem
    Scalar Theorem Month ago

    Been enjoying your content. Keep it up

  • Bradrick Robinson
    Bradrick Robinson 4 months ago

    Thanks for taking the time out to talk about this. Elevate, don't vegetate!!!! Keep up the great work!!!

  • Adama Dieng BA
    Adama Dieng BA 4 months ago +1

    It's gonna be a pretty good thing if you made structured course in fields you master well like security around IT ecosystem. You're a good teacher

  • detollly
    detollly 3 months ago +1

    David, You're amazing, love what you are doing! Thank you

  • mmmxxx dddxxx
    mmmxxx dddxxx 4 months ago +7

    Thank you so much Baba for such a feel up in confidence for this 2023 journey we are embarking in

  • Robert Moritz
    Robert Moritz 4 months ago

    David thank you so much for this video. It's exactly what I needed to get refocused and get my butt in gear. I want to get into Cyber Security but have been spinning in so many different directions I'm not making any progress. You're right, I just need to pick a niche and become an expert in that one area and go from there. Thanks for your hard work and desire to help us noob's.

  • meng hong
    meng hong 4 months ago

    Very inspirational content, most parts of your speech are right with mine, I'm so content to follow your advices, thumps up to you and thanks for all your hard works David.

  • Code with zayyad
    Code with zayyad 4 months ago

    Thank you so much for such a great content.. Just like you also suggested in your previous video about AI, I also wanna start my journey, I'm putting in 80% of my time to learn AI.
    It would be great if I could get some free online courses to start our my journey, can you help with that? Thank you once again

  • Tara Urbanovitch
    Tara Urbanovitch 4 months ago +1

    Thank you ❤ I needed to hear this. I have been laid off and struggling and demoralized. Maybe all those doors closing are pivoting me towards a career change.

  • Virgil
    Virgil 3 months ago

    I’m 57 and I’m looking at different videos from different content creators to learn more about Information Technology, Cybersecurity and the various certifications. The main reason I’m doing this is to learn new things. If I am able to turn it into something more, then I’ll run with it

  • Beth
    Beth 3 months ago +20

    Leisure is not universally pointless nor bad, it is actually vital to success and is of return value. This is because there needs to be a balance in life, which many self-help books and time management courses also emphasize. Setting time aside every week for things besides work and learning is important to avoid burn out, stress overload, and to maintain peak mental and physical health. There is no point in working so hard if u don't take time to smell the roses.

  • Tim Williams
    Tim Williams 4 months ago

    Thank you David! I am fairly new to cyber security / ethical hacking. Learning can be overwhelming when trying to learn everything overnight. Thanks for putting learning into perspective!

  • Islamic solution
    Islamic solution 4 months ago

    Hi sir thanks for the information.
    Open AI nowadays used to make a beautiful website, but still it is important to learn html and css and JS or something else