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Software-Defined Navel Gazing

Software Gone Wild podcast is well into its toddler years and it was time for a teambuilding exercise. Just kidding – we wanted to test new tools and decided to discuss the vacation experiences and podcast ideas while doing that.

On a more serious note: we’re always looking for cool projects, implementations and ideas. Contact us at podcast (-the weird sign-) ipspace.net.

3 comments:

  1. Loved the commentary on whether or not to transition into programming as that's been a nagging decision for the past few years. I'd love an entire episode on the topic. Thanks all!

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  2. Hi Ivan.
    Long time listener, first time caller. Since you asked for suggestions on what listeners would like, I can't seem to find much information about why custom silicon (like Cisco ASICs), has less CPU power, but runs faster than X86 CPUs. I would love to learn more about router/switches hardware architecture, and ASICs and CPUs. Namely, what physical hardware is limiting SDN...

    I am a Linux networking sub-system fan, and am waiting for Linux to get better performance than proprietary solutions.

    I will be listening/waiting for your reply..

    Regards,
    Justin Wilson

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