Authentic conversations from the world of computer networking, brought to you by Forward Networks.
Ben Pfaff | Creating Open vSwitch
Join co-hosts Derick and Brandon as they sit down with Ben Pfaff, one of the original and core contributors of Open vSwitch, the virtual network switch for Linux.
Launching a podcast in 2020: what the hell were we thinking?
Co-hosts Derick and Brandon are joined by the rest of the podcast production team, including Lisa Garvey, Charlie Elliott, and Aditya Chakraborty, to discuss the pitfalls, highlights, and lessons learned from creating a podcast in the disastrous year of...
Olivier Bonaventure | MPTCP: The coolest protocol you’re already using - but didn’t know
Derick and Brandon chat with Olivier Bonaventure, Professor at Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) and co-founder at Tessares, about the evolution of Multipath TCP, a protocol that is changing the way we experience the Internet.
John Capobianco | Automating the Canadian Parliament Network
John Capobianco, Senior IT Planner and Integrator at House of Commons, joins co-hosts Derick and Brandon to dive into his journey to network automation for the Canadian Parliament. If you're curious about network automation or have already begun to...
Tom Hollingsworth | Lessons from Tech Field Day and How to Spot BS
Brandon and Derick explore communities of IT folks, the wisdom of backup plans, and shifty vendors with Tech Field Day Organizer Tom Hollingsworth, also known as "The Networking Nerd."
Bob Metcalfe, Part 2 | Ethernet’s Impact and Your Own Personal Algorithm
A deeper dive with Bob Metcalfe on the lasting impact of Ethernet and the World Wide Web. What’s in store for the world next?
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I’ve been really into this podcast. As a self-described network geek, I've been impressed by the quality of the topics and guests.
This is a great podcast that provides insightful stories that have occurred in Silicon Valley. The production work is very well edited as well as thought out. I also enjoyed listening to some of the guests.
Solid lineup, good start
Big names, big ideas, good stories.
I like the window into the mind of some of the "original influencers”. You can see a bit of what made some people so successful, and why they don’t think like you or me.