DevNet Create

September 3, 2020


Mad Skills, Brain Food, Superpowers, New Friends. DevNet Create Goes Virtual

Get ready for the unique mix of hands-on learning, interaction with experts, and coding demos for which DevNet Create is famous. Co-create with apps and infrastructure, October 13th. Registration now open.

February 25, 2020


Don’t Miss Out on this year’s DevNet Create

Explore conference agenda and speakers. Then register to attend, March 10 & 11 in Mountain View, California

November 16, 2019


DevNet Create Call for Speakers

We are looking for people eager to learn and innovate. From beginners to experts. First-timers to seasoned pros. The developers, the experts, the leaders. We're looking for people just like you to inspire us all... to See It. Learn it. Code it.

October 23, 2019


Q&A with DevNet Creator Award Winner, Maybelyn Plecic

I joined DevNet to help inspire others to gain confidence in learning the programmability mindset

August 29, 2019


Q&A with DevNet Creator Award Winner – Joel King

DevNet Creator awards recognize and spotlight DevNet Community members for their leadership and contribution to the Community.

March 21, 2019


Engage with IoT, Edge, and Enterprise Transformation at DevNet Create 2019

Developers, network programmers, and IT pros share their latest findings when coding modern user experiences and applications leveraging network infrastructure, Machine Learning, and DevOps.

September 24, 2018


From DevNet Create to Ansible Contributor

Originally built for software provisioning and configuration management Ansible has spread into many other technologies, including networking and compute hardware.

May 15, 2018


First Ever DevNet Creator Awards Recognize Community Contributions

The DevNet Creator awards recognize DevNet community members who have made meaningful contributions to teach others about DevNet and help them discover and use Cisco APIs and platforms.

May 2, 2018


The Legend of the DevNet S’mores Kit!

Have fun with the SmoresKit v32.2 API. Doesn't do much now, but might give you ideas related to IoT - how to create something using micro-controllers and robotics, use heat sensors, stepper motors, etc.