The original Webex session for this event was booked out within two weeks and we closed the event. We have increased the webinar ‘seats’ and have re-opened the bookings. This post is a repeat of the earlier so that you can sign up to the event if you missed out. I’m pleased to announce that […]
Archives for January 2012
Someone wrote me and asked “Greg, What do you believe is the future of Networking”. Here is my (mostly) humorous response.
Define “Run That Up the Flagpole”
I’ve been considering a small but vital problem in naming conventions in Networking. Namely, the use of underscores and hyphens in object names and devices. It’s a hot topic for argument when the time comes for corporate standards (and when Network Engineers have beverages in a public house). Now, I figure that there are three possible grammar options for making names – hyphens, underscore and CamelCase.
Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 25th January: Algorithmic Education (including the Mathematics of Cramming) | Wired Science | Wired.com – Another article supporting spaced learning – that is, you can’t cram knowledge and remember it in the long term. Also, you will need to keep refreshing that knowledge to maintain it. […]