Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
APNIC plays an active role in promoting the development of the Internet in the Asia Pacific region. Here are three popular stories on Internet development this year:
- It’s time we developed our next generation of network engineers — the inaugural NextGen Careers BoF at APNIC 48 provided an important forum for early-career engineers to learn from senior peers.
- Hands-on training seeks to secure Nauru’s future networks — APNIC delivered its first ever training event in Nauru earlier this year. Sheryl Hermoso shares feedback from participants on how it will enable them into the future.
- Helping ISPs grow — Good quality and affordable Internet connectivity could be brought to most rural places in India, Africa, and South East Asia, but how can it be funded? Jim Forster from Connectivity Capital shares his experience investing in and assisting organizations and people with developing the Internet.
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