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NANOG 83 is only five short weeks away. Get ready for a jam-packed schedule of incredible programming that is sure to educate + inspire our community.

Our first hybrid meeting will take place in person in Minneapolis + virtually (stream + interact live) Nov. 1-3. NANOG is taking every precaution to ensure a safe event. To learn more about our safety protocols, click here.

Whether in-person screen or through our virtual platform, we can’t wait to see you there!


VIDEO | Ep. 2 Trailer

“Internet Innovators” w/ Geoff Huston

Why the Internet is “busted,” according to this Internet Pioneer

“The Internet is a gigantic vanity reinforcing distorted tick-tock selfie-and web security is the punch line to some demented sick joke,”

  • Geoff Huston

Join us next week: According to the Internet Hall of Fame global connector + chief scientist for Telstra, Geoff Huston, the Emperor has no clothes. Leave it to Huston to make the hairy + scary parts of the Internet almost sound charming.

Maybe it’s his sparkling wit, charming demeanor, (or maybe even) the Australian accent that makes all pills a little easier to swallow. Huston joined us for a raw conversation about the future of the Internet and left no elephant in the room untouched.

Watch the full episode: Ep. 2 will be released next week (Sept. 29) here. In the meantime, watch the trailer here.


Future Engineers:

Stay Ahead of this Curve

What might surprise you about Network Engineering

According to an eWeek report, Network Engineering has been rated one of the ‘Hottest’ IT jobs. The field of Network Engineering is thrilling, but not for the faint of tech heart. This industry beckons the easy adapters and those who can stay ahead (and ride) all the curves of the technology world.

In exchange for keeping up in this fast-paced industry, one can expect rewards in long-term skill development and high average salaries. As we kick off the 2021-22 school season, it’s a perfect time to assess the industry.

So, where is it now? And where is it going?