IETF Hackathon 106 – Five Years of Running Code
Cisco DevNet supports the IETF community as it produces standards that make the internet faster, more secure, and able to meet the demands of ever-increasing uses and users.
How Many Words is Running Code Worth?
The IETF Hackathon promotes running code to accelerate the creation of new network protocols that improve the functionality, manageability, and security of the internet.
Using Tetration for Application Security and Policy Enforcement
Protecting assets within the enterprise requires the network manager to adopt automated methods of implementing policy on endpoints.
IETF 103 Hackathon in Bangkok Jumpstarts Innovation
Just when you thought it could not get any better, the IETF Hackathon reached new heights, not just in number of participants or projects, but in meaningful contributions to the...
Syntax Highlighting For Network Engineers on DevNet Code Exchange
Learn how Syntax Highlighting improves code readability to make it easier to derive context from an otherwise monochromatic block of text.
What’s Next for Developers Working on Real-time Communications Applications?
Join experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas on leading future development in the rapidly changing field of real-time communications.
Curated Code Repos Get Your Integration Project Done Faster, Better
Code Exchange curated code repos makes it easy for others to not only use your code, but also help make it better.
Running Code for the Win at IETF Hackathon in Montreal
IETF Hackathon in Montreal hits its goals for advance the pace and relevance of IETF standards, and attract developers and new people to IETF.