NANOG 84 Sneak Peek
Get a Preview of our Upcoming Programming
From Feb. 14th - 16th, many of the brightest minds in North American network engineering, operations, and architecture will gather in Austin, Texas for our next community-wide gathering.
Register now for hours of general sessions, tutorials, keynotes, BoFs, a Hackathon + social events. NANOG conferences are all about education and community.
Topics include but are not limited to:
Richard Steenbergen returns to NANOG with an updated “Everything you always wanted to know about optical”
RPKI will be discussed from three different viewpoints (policy, adoption, deployment)
Geoff Huston will talk about DNS “Openness”
Keynote Speaker Radia Perlman will address, “How Bad Industry Decisions Led to Good Technology Development”
New to NANOG speaker Kyle Lyke will talk about the “Effects of Electromagnetic Energy on Electronics”
Also, don’t miss our hybrid expo. There will be numerous opportunities to connect with our community in real-time (online + person).
Things To Do + See in Austin
Time to chase those winter blues away with some boot-scootin’ boogie! Known as a destination for delicious food, great live music, and a lovable general weirdness - Austin is sure to have something for everyone!
In the moments of R + R, NANOG has collected a list of things to do and see in this iconic location.
NANOG 84 Hackathon Registration Open
Friday, February 4, 2022 - Intro/Tutorial/Team Formation
Saturday + Sunday, February 12-13, 2022 - Hacking
Theme: Giving Back to Open Source
During this Hackathon, we’ve invited the maintainers of several open-source projects to propose fixes and features for those products that we’ll invite teams to work on. Project maintainers will provide problem statements and objectives, and work with teams collaboratively to help teams understand the respective code bases and help troubleshoot issues.