Comic about Women Engineers – a touchy subject.
Archives for May 2012
Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 25th May 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Corporate: Brocade Embraces Software-Defined Ne… | Brocade Communities – Brocade outlines their SDN/OpenFlow strategy in this post. I’m not sure I understand it yet and need to spend […]
In November 2011, I posted “What Are 10 Gigabit Ultra Short Reach (USR) Optics ?” where I tried to what is the actual difference between these Ultra Short Reach (USR) optics and the certified 10Gbase-SR products. I recently received the following from an anonymous source. I’ve made some small edits to protect identity and improve the text.
I’ve just been forced to sit through a vendor presentation that had a lot of talk about their “platform” and how successful it’s been, and how valuable it is. When I pointed out that it was dependent on at least three other platforms, there was pause. Silence. The sales team, clearly, hadn’t realised this and it wasn’t part of the vendor briefing. I told them, it’s “Platforms All The Way Down”.
A look at a key feature of my favourite anything box – exporting and why I don’t use Evernote.