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In our 40th episode, we are talking about the practice of networking. Who does it, why they do it, and the very expected and random value that sometimes emerges from it. (Recorded on February 24th, 2020)
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http://CppCon.org Robert Leahy “The Networking TS in Practice: Testable, Composable Asynchronous I/O in C++” — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — As the ISO Standard C++ Networking TS nears inclusion in C++20, Boost Asio, its foundation, has been available for some time; but in-depth coverage of how to use it is sparse. Asio’s own documentation, while thorough and detailed, is far from prescriptive, and offers few footholds for the beginner seeking to use and extend Asio in components of a larger software architecture. How can a library use Asio, or the TS, adding value and simplicity for users without hiding its power or sacrificing performance?
This talk provides all the context and prescriptive guidance required to get started building software components based on Asio and the Networking TS, ripe for reuse and composition. It covers in detail the guarantees Asio offers, and the patterns Asio uses: Why they are important, how to use and extend them, and how to present them to users of your components. It further demonstrates patterns and practices for constructing testable Asio- and Networking TS-based components.
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On today’s Heavy Networking, we peer behind the curtain of Intent-Based Networking (IBN) with guest Phil Gervasi, who wrote a pair of white papers for the Packet Pushers’ Ignition membership site. We discuss core concepts of IBN, including network abstraction, continuous validation, and automated remediation.
During an experiment, people consented to sharing their private information with the NSA, and to surrendering their first-born as payment for access to a fictitious social networking site.
When many people hear the word "networking" images of hotel conference rooms filled with strangers pressing flesh and handing out business cards while giving one minute elevator pitches come to mind. It’s like a white collar purgatory. But according to my podcast guest, networking doesn’t have to be like that. In fact, it can actually be pleasant and even fun. In today’s show I talk to attorney, networking expert, and AoM contributor John Cororan about how to network like a pro. https://soundcloud.com/artofmanliness/92-how-to-network-without-networking-with-john-corcoran
What is Software Defined Networking (SDL) & why is it a major focus for The Linux Foundation? We visit the OpenDayLight Summit & discover how the open source philosophy applied to networking is transforming an industry.
Sam and Tim set out to discuss a different topic, but spent so much time initially on networking that they just ran with it.
In this episode, they discuss how to build your authority by networking with… wait for it… your target market.
Many consultants, especially in highly technical fields, spend their time networking with others just like themselves.
Yes, there is a place for this especially for continuing education, but the best place to network is where your prospective clients are.
A great situation you can find yourself in is being the only one who does what you do at a networking event full of people who need and want your services.
But it takes more than just going.
You’ve got to initiate discussions.
Don’t worry, this freaks Tim out, too.
Sam and Tim also share tips on how to have conversations with strangers even if you’d rather be hiding in a corner somewhere.
Listen in to become an expert networker, or at least learn how to strike up a conversation without hurling.
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