I’ve recently returned from a fulfilling trip to Amsterdam, where I spent a long and productive week at the Cisco Live conference. Honored to be selected as a speaker, and alongside my colleague Christopher Beye, we delivered a comprehensive 4-hour session on Segment Routing Traffic Engineering.
Being back on stage and engaging with other network engineers and architects was a thrill. I used the opportunity to share my knowledge and expertise on one of my favorite topics and to help attendees understand the benefits of integrating and migrating from legacy MPLS-based networks to Segment Routing.
Cisco Live is a truly unique opportunity to network with professionals worldwide and exchange ideas and insights.
Despite the winter season, I used some time to explore the city. And I have to say, even in the colder season, Amsterdam is truly a beautiful city. Its picturesque canals, historic architecture, and vibrant culture make it a truly unique and memorable destination.
Overall, the trip to Amsterdam for the Cisco Live conference was a fantastic experience, both professionally and personally. I am grateful for the opportunity to share my knowledge, and I look forward to the next time I return to this amazing city.
Here is a pic of me and my friend Chris before we started our session.
Categories: General Networking
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