Alexander Stevenson

Engineer - DevRel Developer Success, DevNet

Developers, Internet of Things (IoT)

Alexander taught himself the BASIC programming language as a child, whereas today his favorite languages are Python and JavaScript.

By trade, he was a Network Engineer first, after earning his B.S. in Network Systems and Data Communications from Keiser University. He then graduated from Code Platoon coding bootcamp in Chicago and worked as a Software Engineer for Apple, among other companies, before joining Cisco’s DevNet.

These days, you’ll find him in the IoT Lab, using code to interact with smart and edge devices via Cisco devices and networks.


April 26, 2024


Experience Data Center Efficiency with Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS)

11 min read

Learn how Cisco's Unified Computing System (UCS) helps you stand at the forefront of data center energy-saving with attributes and design innovations essential for fostering sustainable development and maximizing operational efficiency and effectiveness.

April 24, 2023


Tools Gold! Sifting Through the Pool of DevOps Tools

3 min read

The DevOps Shop video series presents relatable, real-world tips and tools to developers, ops, and networking professionals.

September 22, 2022


How to Create and Automate a Webex Space

7 min read

See how to create a Webex bot which posts to a Webex space you have created - using Adaptive Cards to design the message, and GitHub Secrets, Actions, and Workflows to automate exactly what and when the bot posts.

September 9, 2020


IoT on Cisco: Creating a Portable Temperature Screener – Part 2

3 min read

Keeping people safe. See how Cisco customers and partners can use commercially available materials and Cisco’s IoT platform to develop solutions that require deploying an IR thermal camera on an edge device and managing it remotely from the cloud.

July 30, 2020


IoT on Cisco Solutions: Creating a Portable Temperature Screener – Part 1

4 min read

See how we built an IoT IR thermal camera to be deployed on Cisco Edge Devices, such as the IR829 Router, and manage it remotely from the cloud.