It’s a Friday afternoon, Friday the 13th actually, but the scenario has nothing to do with bad luck. In “Ilha de Luanda” (Luanda island), sitting by the sea, feeling the breeze and listening to the relaxing sound of the waves and a “fresh one” very close by, I came to meet Hudson Cruz…
If you are preparing yourself for the CCIE certification and haven’t passed the written yet… you better hurry up because from July 25th 2016 there will be new content.
The networking world is changing and concepts like SDN, NFV, API’s, virtualization, DevOps and network programmability taking more and more space every day.
As a consequence of this change, Cisco announced end of last year the introduction of new content for all written CCIE exams.
The new content is called Evolving Technologies and has topics like: Continue reading
Yes! This blog, which started completely in portuguese (the official language of Angola) will now be in 2 languages.
The main language will still be Portuguese. Over time I will translate the older posts to English if I find it relevant. In all the posts with two languages you will see a flag in the top menu on the right flag to see the English version. Continue reading
Just as the undecisiveness to give a name to this blog, I couldn’t find a better title than the famous “first scream” in any programming language.
I decided to create this blog after hearing a podcast from Sean McGabe where he said:
You don’t need to be a master to teach. You just have to know something a bit better than others
And with the new year, here it is!
I’m angolan, network engineer and in this blog you will find a bit of what’s going on in my mind and that every day makes me see how ignorant I am. I’ll publish what I find interesting for the world but mostly related to IP networking (Cisco), IT and my progress in automation and SDN (Software Defined Networking). One of my objectives is to encourage the publication of angolan content.
The visuals are still a work in progress (eternal maybe) and will be tuned as the time goes by.
Lets do this…