Three of the best: Geoff Huston

By on 31 Dec 2019

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Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.

APNIC’s Chief Scientist, Geoff Huston, has made a career out of researching how the Internet works and how it could work better. In 2019, Geoff delivered a slew of insightful posts on BGP, DNS, QUIC and more.

Below is a selection of three of Geoff’s best posts from 2019:

  1. DNS wars — The DNS has evolved from its initial design, but has it evolved for the better?
  2. A quick look at QUIC — Learn the history of the design of QUIC and the possible implications for Internet protocol architecture.
  3. Network protocols and their use: BGP and DNSSEC — Geoff takes a look at the initial design expectations and the deployment realities of BGP and DNSSEC.

What was your favourite Geoff Huston moment of 2019? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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