Thanks to everyone who supports Packet Pushers and supports us. We could not do this without you. Greg & Ethan go solo to talk a little about 150 weekly shows
Cisco Live US 2013 – Tweet UP – http://networkingnerd.net/2013/05/23/cisco-live–2013-tweetup/
Greg has Published an eBook
Greg wrote an eBook on blogging – The Arse First Guide to Technical Blogging
Why write this book ? Well, um. My guilty secret is simply that I am tired of being asked. Co-workers, readers, bloggers and friends are constantly asking how I find the time to write ? What tools do you use ? How do you know what to write about ? I’m tired of answering the same question over and over so I just decided to write it down instead (like many of my own blog posts).
I’ll be covering my very special “arse-first” writing method that makes short form technical writing easier & achievable for anyone. I’ll discuss your attitude, help you find the technical voice that brings your inner nerd to life. I’ll provide some suggestions on things you should do & some tips on what not to do. They are both equally important. Finally, I’ll offer some of my more advanced tips on the technical writing process and ways you can build your own style.
Predictions for Cisco Live
Talking about the “big thing” at Cisco Live this year and speculating on whether Insieme will be announced, or what other big things we might see. This transmogrified into a discussion of the nature of controller, Open Daylight.
Discussions around the nature of Automation and Orchestration
The future of CLI, the impact of automation on the daily work life of network engineers. Good slice of Unicorn Wishes for the future.
Big Switch Leaves The Open Daylight Foundation
Discussing why Big Switch has resigned from Platinum status in the Open Daylight Foundation. More unicorn wishes for SDN.
Just relax, not everyone has the same drive and passion that you do. You can cause a lot of stress for yourself if you don’t understand this (and it rarely ends well).