Hey, it’s Weekly Show 300! As we’ve done with other episodes ending in double zeroes, we’re taking a little time to update listeners on what we’re up to.
We talk about how Packet Pushers is going as a full-time venture, and the support we’re getting from vendors and our community. We’re experimenting with video, and doing more paid appearances at events (and trying to strike a balance around perceptions of endorsement).
And we’ll get a little nerdy. Greg spent some time at a recent IETF meeting in Berlin, so we’ll talk about the state of standards bodies and look at emerging standards such as segment routing.
As always, thanks to you, our listeners, who support the show and give us a reason to keep moving forward.
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