N84 Early Bird Tix + VIDEO | "Internet Innovators" w/ Steve Crocker Inbox

“Internet Innovators” features Pioneer Steve Crocker
Our Web Series will Return with Another Incredible Internet Legend

Most young engineers go into this industry aspiring to solve a problem someday that could change the world. Internet pioneer Steve Crocker is known as “the man who invented the instructions for the Internet.”

But at one point he too was just a dreamer trying to solve a set of problems.

Crocker was a UCLA graduate student when the underpinnings of the Internet were being developed. So, what was it like to be in his twenties and part of something that would change the world forever?

See the promo - in this clip, NANOG producer Elizabeth Drolet asks Crocker about his role in what we now know as the Internet.

Watch the full episode, on Wednesday, Jan. 26, on NANOG TV.


Radia Perlman - Keynote Speaker
A “Mother” of the Internet joins NANOG 84 as one of our Keynote Speakers

Radia Perlman is an Internet pioneer, most known for her invention of the spanning-tree protocol (STP), which is fundamental to the operation of network bridges.

Join us for what is sure to be a fascinating keynote presentation at our next meeting taking place (virtually and in-person) in Austin, TX, Feb. 14 - 16.

Click below to watch Radia tell you about what she will be discussing at NANOG 84.


Early Bird Ticket Pricing will End Next Week
Don’t miss your opportunity to get early bird pricing for tickets for NANOG 84. After Tuesday, Jan.10th, registration ticket prices will increase.


NANOG 84 Safety + Travel Protocols
We will require that everyone attending NANOG 84 be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no later than January 31, 2022.

You are considered fully vaccinated at least 2 weeks after the final dose in either a 2 dose vaccine series (Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca) or the single-dose series (Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen) vaccine. If you do not meet these requirements, you are not fully vaccinated and we request that you join us for NANOG 84 virtually. There will be no exceptions.