Peter Van Eynde

Data Scientist

Cisco Systems Technical Assistance Center

Peter Van Eynde, CCIE 23042, is a Data Scientist at Cisco Systems Technical Assistance Center working on creating smarter, faster, easier ways to fix or prevent problems. He has been involved with networking so long he remembers using gopher. When he is not solving complex technical problems at TAC he is writing decoders in wireshark or utilities in Python, Clojure or Common Lisp.

Most of his time is spend fishing in the sea with Wiresharks.


February 12, 2020


FOSDEM 2020: trends and analysis

5 min read

As for the last 11 years Cisco sponsored the FOSDEM 2020 conference in Brussels. This is one of the largest, if not the largest, open source conference in the world with this year 872 events spread over 2 days. From a network point of view the important part is that the main SSID at the […]

February 5, 2019


FOSDEM 2019: a new view from the NOC

3 min read

Cisco analyzed the network and traffic at FOSDEM, the Open Source Developers conference, to determine what 'state of the art' traffic looks like. The data provided insights into future trends.