Well by the time I get around to clicking “Publish” on this post it will no longer be a secret, and you don’t know how hard its been for me not to talk about this in overly public forums.
As some of you may have heard, after five months of interviews and immigration paperwork, I have accepted a new role with Juniper Networks as a Sr Data Center* Technical Marketing Engineer. This role will see me move to the San Francisco Bay Area in the next week or so, and be based directly out of the Sunnyvale office for at least the next two years.
This new role is actually quite exciting to me (and a little bit scary) because it takes all of the knowledge and skills I have gained over the last 15 years as a consultant and then makes use them in a different way. Instead of building solutions to individual customer requirements, I will be working with the Solutions Team to help promote solutions that are universal and can scale with user need. I will be working on creating white papers, design guides and helping position Juniper Data Center their solutions.
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Packet Pushers is a big part of Greg’s & Ethan’s lives and the show is continuing to grow in 2014. We learn a lot, laugh a lot, and work hard to bring you the show every week and fresh content on the blog site. Despite enjoying editing and writing along with producing the podcast, the […]
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The post Show 176 – Intro to Python & Automation for Network Engineers appeared first on Packet Pushers Podcast and was written by Ethan Banks.
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That’s right, it’s time for another surveillance-free, EFF-approved episode of Healthy Paranoia! Where the passwords are salted and the packets are always encrypted. This episode is hosted by the infamous Mrs. Y, queen of metadata and official privacy advocate for Healthy Paranoia, and recorded in the NSA-proofed SCIF with Grecs, of Novainfosec.com and Shmoocon Firetalks. […]
The post Healthy Paranoia Show 21: Windows Forensics with Andrew Case appeared first on Packet Pushers Podcast and was written by Mrs. Y.