Stuart Clark

Network Automation Developer

DevNet UK

Stuart is a Network Automation Developer for Cisco Devnet. He has work for Cisco for over eight years designing, building and troubleshooting Cisco’s Security Cloud network with a strong focus on BGP, peering and coffee.

In the last few years his focus moved to network automation, spending more time on writing code for network automation at scale and moving networking towards a DevOps methodology.

GitHub: http://github.com/bigevilbeard


April 9, 2018


Csilla Bessenyei Discusses Network Automation and Personal Gain

There is no question that network engineering and operation is being transformed as we speak. Anything new you learn is an investment in yourself.

February 13, 2018


Continuous Integration and Deployment for the Network

CI/CD will change the network dramatically. It will make the changes more productive and lead to more established and better networks.

February 9, 2018


How Sharing Automation Scripts Helps More Teams Take Advantage of the Network

See how you can safely collaborate with other teams to help them improve throughput, increases workflows, and speed up project delivery.

January 18, 2018


Beginning the Adventure at Cisco Devnet

This month I started as a member of the Cisco DevNet team as a Network Automation Developer!!! I will be contributing now to Cisco DevNet learning labs, blogging, and working with all things network automation at Cisco. A bit of history about me to start with here. I have been a network engineer for just […]