It’s been a hectic week and I realized that I haven’t had a chance to share some of the latest stuff that I’ve been working on outside of Tech Field Day. I’ve been a guest on a couple of recent podcasts that I loved.
Art of Network Engineering
I was happy to be a guest on Episode 57 of the Art of Network Engineering podcast. AJ Murray invited me to take part with all the amazing co-hosts. We talked about some fun stuff including my CCIE study attempts, my journey through technology, and my role at Tech Field Day and how it came to be that I went from being a network engineer to an event lead.
The interplay between the hosts and I during the discussion was great. I felt like we probably could have gone another hour if we really wanted to. You should definitely take a listen and learn how I kept getting my butt kicked by the CCIE open-ended questions or what it’s like to be a technical person on a non-technical briefing.
IPv6, Wireless, and the Buzz
I love being able to record episodes of Tomversations on Youtube. One of my latest was all about IPv6 and Wi-Fi 6E. As soon as I hit the button to publish the episode I knew I was going to get a call from my friends over at the IPv6 Buzz podcast. Sure enough, I was able to record an episode talking to them all about how the parallels between the two technologies are similar in my mind.
What I love about this podcast is that these are the experts when it comes to IPv6. Ed and Tom and Scott are the people that I would talk to about IPv6 any day of the week. And having them challenge my assertions about what I’m seeing helps me understand the other side of the coin. Maybe the two aren’t as close as I might have thought at first but I promise you that the discussion is well worth your time.
I don’t have a regular podcast aside from Tomversations so I’m not as practiced in the art of discussion as the people above. Make sure you check out those episodes but also make sure to subscribe to the whole thing because you’re going to love all the episodes they record.