Towards Inclusive Language in Code
Learn how to start making your code and documentation more inclusive, using Cisco's tools on GitHub.
Event-Driven Programming with TriggerMesh
How do you build event-driven applications in the cloud? We interview TriggerMesh co-founder Sebastien Goasguen about their ideas and solutions.
Using CI/CD Pipelines for Infrastructure Configuration and Management
Learn how to use Gitlab CE as a foundational component for a CI/CD pipeline to manage and configure a simple CML simulated network.
Celebrate May the 4th with these Star Wars APIs
Developers: Check out 6 (ish) Star Wars APIs to have fun with this Star Wars Day!
Observability vs. monitoring for DevOps
We need both monitoring and observability in the DevOps world. Let’s look at these two concepts in more detail.
YANG Suite updates and new features: A sneak peek
Have you tried out Cisco YANG Suite yet? YANG Suite provides network operators with a set of tools and plugins to interact with and test YANG programmable interfaces including NETCONF, RESTCONF, gNMI, and more. In Episode 58 of DevNet Snack Minute, Jeremy Cohoe (Technical Marketing Engineer with Cisco Systems) provides us with an overview of […]
Janel’s Top 3 Cisco Live DevNet Zone Sessions
The DevNet Zone at Cisco Live has hands-on sessions to dig into topics like - using Cisco APIs, application security requirements shifting to developers, full stack observability, building for the edge… and many more. Check out the full agenda of DevNet sessions.
Letter from Oslo: The NDC Security 2022 Conference
When you find yourself on a business trip and forget the code to your corporate AmEx, you know you haven’t been on the road for a while. NDC Security was a great way to get myself back into the conference configuration. I learned a lot at this show and had a great time giving two talks.
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