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Network Collective is a community-focused network engineering video podcast. Our episodes bring knowledge and insights of industry experts, pioneers, and peers to wherever you are. Topics range from protocol deep-dives to career management, but through a lens of what is relevant and valuable today. We get engineering because we are engineers.



You can find all of our content at our website: https://thenetworkcollective.com

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Network Collective is a community-focused network engineering video podcast. Our episodes bring knowledge and insights of industry experts, pioneers, and peers to wherever you are. Topics range from protocol deep-dives to career management, but through a lens of what is relevant and valuable today. We get engineering because we are engineers.



You can find all of our content at our website: https://thenetworkcollective.com

    The End Of WAN As We Know It?

    The End Of WAN As We Know It?

    In today’s iteration of the Network Collective Community Roundtable, I join Kevin Myers and Darrel Clute to talk about what’s on their minds and whether or not the WAN as we know it is a thing of the past. Hardware independent software overlays are becoming more popular but does this mean that traditional WAN is going away? Hear what Keven, Darrel, and I have to say about it on this episode.



    Outro Music:

    Danger Storm Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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    • 43 min
    A Look Back, Some Predictions, And Learning As Engineers

    A Look Back, Some Predictions, And Learning As Engineers

    In this episode we sit down with Jed Casey and Bruno Wollmann to have a conversation about what’s top of mind. We take a quick look back at predominant trends in 2019, pull out the crystal ball and make some predictions for 2020, and discuss certifications and learning as engineers.



    Outro Music:

    Danger Storm Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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    • 1 hr
    We’re Back

    We’re Back

    It’s been a while but we’re back and it feels great. In this episode I talk about the status of the show, where the heck I’ve been, and where we are headed. I also share my personal story on burnout and some of the lessons I learned along the way.

    In the episode I mention the fantastic Denise Fishburn and a video she did on burnout that helped me realize what I was dealing with. That video is embedded below.





    Outro Music:

    Danger Storm Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    • 33 min
    Community Spotlight – Terry Slattery

    Community Spotlight – Terry Slattery

    Terry Slattery has a distinguished career in networking and is well known for his contributions to the Cisco CLI, being the second person to obtain the CCIE, providing consultation to many organizations, and the list goes on. If it’s happened in networking, there’s a very good chance that Terry has experience in it. Today Terry joins us to to talk about how he got started into networking and how he’s navigated a very successful career in networking.

    • 20 min
    Lessons Learned – Asking For Help – Kevin Myers

    Lessons Learned – Asking For Help – Kevin Myers

    At different points in our careers it can be difficult to ask for help. Maybe the expectation is that your customer is paying for expertise and you have to demonstrate it. Maybe it’s just embarrassing to admit when you don’t know something. Nobody can know it all though, so knowing when and how to ask for help will save you trouble and pain in your career. Listen in as Kevin Myers shares his thoughts on when, where, and how to ask for help.

    • 13 min
    Infrastructure As Code 101

    Infrastructure As Code 101

    As the networking world continues to embrace automation and orchestration, some of the terms used to explain this new way of doing things remain a little fuzzy. In today’s episode we’re going to look specifically at Infrastructure as Code and by the end we hope to define what it is as well as what it is not, provide some relevant examples of it in action, and clear up as much confusion as possible about what it means to network engineers.  



    Outro Music:

    Danger Storm Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    • 54 min

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