I’d like to share a technique I use to make embedding dynamic charts simpler and more effective.
The Registration Data Access Protocol service at APNIC is now out of pilot stage and fully up to date with the specifications.
Australian national postal service is implementing a change to delivery service soon. And what’s this got to do with carriers and packets?!
Software at APNIC is undergoing some architectural changes, aiming to produce systems which are robust, reliable, and responsive. One technique we’re using to achieve this is eventual consistency.
After three years of effort, Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) is now a set of standardized IETF specifications.
In this article, I’ll contrast two tools of abstraction, from two different programming paradigms, and talk about how they solve the same problem from opposing perspectives.
As the open source community is only a benefit to everyone as long as people contribute to it, over the years the APNIC technical team has released some work as open source.
Over the course of a few paragraphs, this article will describe the process of constructing a map of the APNIC region for dynamic web display, going into some technical details of maps, projections, and tools.
WHOIS is a service that many Internet users rely on daily – with around 200 queries a second, it’s a critical service to have available and responsive at all times
The new CONFER consensus tool is being piloted today at the APNIC 38 Policy SIG.