In this episode of The Next Level we focus on a variety of options for training and skills to help us keep up with new technology and advance our careers. Joining us is Colleen Morrissey, Senior Network Engineer and Adjunct Lecturer. We talk certifications, labs, blogging, and more.
On today’s episode of The Next Level we talk about the ups and downs of consulting. If you work as a consultant you can compare your experiences. If you’re considering the consulting life, this is your chance to get the inside scoop.
On today’s episode of The Next Level we talk about three essential ingredients for workplace performance, and a framework to measure that performance.
On today’s episode of The Next Level, we talk about IT management, what makes someone an effective leader, and strategies for improving your management skills. We delve into how communication preferences affect managers and their reports, how management style can affect employee motivation, and more.
Getting IT projects funded and justifying IT spending can be complex and frustrating. We talk financial strategies with IT executives to give you ideas and insights you can bring to your organization.
The inaugural “Non-Blocking” podcast for ForwardingPlane.net. We discuss sFlow with one if its creators, Peter Phaal of InMon.Discuss sFlow, the protocol, it’s uses, similarities to other management frameworks, how it is dissimilar from netflow and why it is worth while to take some time to learn it.
On this episode of “The Next Level” we walk through 6 steps to help you design and assemble a technical team, set clear expectations, and manage this team for long-term success.
The Next Level is a new podcast in Packet Pushers’ Community Channel. Our first episode shares six ways IT can become a revenue center in your organization.
The Data Center is changing as a result of challenges to traditional businesses. As a result, a new crop of IT vendor has arisen. Traditional solution providers need to adjust while maintaining their customer base. It’s the classic innovator’s dilemma.
Looking for the Citizens of Tech podcast? We moved it to CitizensOfTech.com. Join me (Ethan Banks) and Eric Sutphen there as we discuss space, science, gaming, gadgets, energy, transportation, and whatever else strikes our nerdy fancy.
A show recorded in a bar. What could go right?
We start with a discussion of jail time. Jail. Time. And…147 MPH. Yeah. Eric tells the story. And then we hop into our show. Present Doomception: How modders got Doom to run inside of Doom http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/07/doomception-how-modders-got-doom-to-run-inside-of-doom/ Doom was open sourced in the 90’s. Folks have gone nuts porting it to all sorts of things. Now,…
On today’s show recorded July 8th, 2015, we cover news from Amazon, review a cheap IP surveillance camera, dive deep on retina displays and how your eyeballs work, and do not discover extraterrestrial life. Also, robots duel, and glaciers cause earthquakes. Among other things!
Today on the show: unicorns watching your every move, reducing your electricity consumption, bikes, E3 bombshells, tiny robotic lassos and more. So buckle into your Aluminum Falcon and prepare to jump to hyper-speed as we dive into this week’s edition of Citizens of Tech!
Converged infrastructure integrates discrete components, such as compute and storage, along with orchestration software, into a package that’s simple to deploy and certified to interoperate. Join Chris Wahl, Ethan Banks, and special guest Stu Miniman as they drill into the origins and benefits of converged infrastructure, how it differentiates from hyperconverged systems, and how the convergence trend will affect IT roles.
It’s late spring – June 12, 2015 to be precise, and on this day we sat down to discuss: Electronic Legos, Quantum Encryption, Solar Powered Flight, and more. So kick back and ready your ear holes to delve into the nerdfest that is the Citizens of Tech Podcast!
On this Citizens of Tech, we discuss the Kerbal space program, waterproofing your phone without a case, Scrabble letting down humanity, IPv6’s importance to gaming according to Microsoft, light speed computing, high dynamic range TVs, liquid metal antennas, and more.
A brand new podcast — Datanauts — has launched! Here’s the summary of episode 1. The latest form factor, hyper-converged infrastructure, seems to be storming through the data center market like a thundering donkey with a rainbow laser cannon. Join the Datanauts as they pick apart the pros and cons of hyper-converged, ramble on about architecture and design challenges, and shine a piercing light into a dark and murky corner of the next generation data center!
On this week’s Citizens of Tech podcast, we conclude our special on how complex games are developed. Regular host Eric Sutphen (@zutfen) and special guest Jeff Pugliese (@tpyowritr) continue their interview with game developers Tim Anderson and Giovanni Martello from Saga of Lucimia. Topics include community, archetypes, and character progression.
Eric Sutphen (@zutfen) and Jeff Pugliese (@tpyowritr) interview game developers Tim Anderson and Giovanni Martello from Saga of Lucimia.
A cat sets a world record. A surgical robot gets hacked. Capsela was a sweet toy. Oculus Rift is going to be available soon. Larsen B is falling into the Antarctic Ocean. Spotify takes on video. All this & more on this week’s Citizens of Tech with Eric Sutphen & Ethan Banks.
Eric in a mitre. Cricket protein. Micro wind turbines. Stash your cash. Blue crude. RF into power. Wikimedia’s money. Carly for POTUS. A racing simulator that can kill you. All this and more on this week’s Citizens of Tech.
Happy 25th, Hubble. Fold my keyboard. Trains didn’t (and don’t) suck. Batteries are sexy again. Puking in your VR helmet. FM radio on Deathwatch. These and more stories on Citizens of Tech #2!
Citizens of Tech is an experimental podcast about technology and other things interesting to techies. We know there’s other podcasts in this space, but it’s something we really wanted to do, so we thought we’d give it a try.
In this show, we discuss recent briefings we received from CloudGenix, Light Cyber, VMware, and Meru. We also go on a little rabbit trail about Brocade, because they came to mind. You know how we are.