Guest Post: If you write a bash script to automate something, you are a developer and that means you can benefit from learning how to do it right.
Google recently chose to open source the ‘Threads’ protocol. To use it, you’re going to have to learn how to live in an IPv6-only world.
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.
At the IEPG session at IETF92, Dallas, Yasuhiro Ohara from NTT showed his BGP tool bgpdump2. This is a really sweet package which can be used to compare BGP RIB dumps.
Guest post: As part of a 2014 project supported by ISIF Asia and Internet NZ, we’ve been going to a number of satellite-connected islands in the Pacific on behalf of PICISOC to see whether we could make better use of their satellite links using network-coded TCP.
Let me begin with a disclaimer: I cannot write computer code and so do not understand the language(s) I am about to write about.
Yet, like everyone else in the Asia Pacific region, my life is …