While at Cisco Live in Las Vegas ( what happens in Vegas, stay’s in Vegas right ? ) Tom got a CCIE tattoo to celebrate passing his CCIE RS Lab exam. Tom, of course, is a regular host on the Packet Pushers show. complete with “muffin top” or CCIE Pounds all round. Nice. Congratulations on […]
About a week ago, Ethan and I held the very first Packet Pushers Design Clinic where we organised a webinar where anyone could attend. Then we opened the “microphones” to anyone who has questions and we did our best to answer them. I shared my screen and drew up the network diagrams from the questions that people asked and then got several people from the audience to add more information. You might think this sounds chaotic, but we think is actually worked.
And it was huge fun
Several people on teh twitter wanted to have Ivan’s description of using GUI interfaces as a ring tone. Here you go (thanks to Kurt Bales) Clickity Click Click.mp3
Sometimes the Packet Pushers start get technical. Well, that happens most of the time and it seems that shows need a tag that indicate just how Nerdy they are. Like a R Rating on a movie that tells it will have sex, violence, bad language ( or hopefully, all three), the Packet Pushers need a […]
I’m delivering a webinar with Arista Network on their EOS architecture where we take a long, detailed and nerdy look at their software architecture with some of their top developers.