An on-going reference series for interesting technology or projects which deserve further investigation, or for technical documentation (of one media format or another) that looks to be especially good reference material.
There’s been so much good material coming out of late that I’m going to need to put together several of these smorgasbords just to catch up. Here’s the first batch of things I think you’ll find interesting:
Automatic for the People
If you’re into network automation, you might be following the work of Kirk Byers (@kirkbyers). Kirk has been focusing on various tools and methods for automating network devices, such as Ansible, Paramiko, and Python, for awhile now – particularly with Python. His Python for Network Engineers is a good reference, and he routinely teaches classes on that subject – including free-by-email classes, the next of which starts in April. He recently blogged about NAPALM – Network Automation and Programmability…
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