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The first edition of Netconf is an unconference, where participants can propose topics, suggest speakers and session formats. The event’s agenda will be set by participants. There will be room for open sessions for participants to propose topics/ideas/sessions on the morning of the event itself.
Date: Friday, 27 March 2020
Venue: TERI auditorium, Domlur, Bangalore
Time: 9 AM to 6:30 PM followed
Post-conference programme: reading of Michael W. Lucas’s works on tech-fiction followed by dinner.
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Network Engineer as a coder
Coding is not my cup of tea!! Wait a moment it’s not that hard!!
When it comes to coding, we network engineers always ask one question, is coding my cup of tea? When you can configure and manage complex routing why not try your hands on the coding. What matters is your determination and how excited you are about it. So let’s start coding..
In the era of automation when everything is getting automated, turning blind to coding is not an option anymore! There are so many tools available in the market for configuration management of our network devices but these tools cannot solve your all use cases. We have to customize it to your needs.
CLI is our favorite tool, building device configuration and executing troubleshooting commands are day to day job. when it comes to coding we simply start writing scripts with the help of friends or learning from online resources. There are few best practices we should follow while writing scripts such as code reusability, not reinventing the wheel, selecting the right library for your use case etc.
In this session I will talk about my learnings of “journey from a network engineer to a python coder” (still learning 😊 )
Target Audience: Networking folks who are already writing some sort of Python scripting or willing to learn coding in Python.
Key Takeaways: Best practices that should followed while writing a script/code. Use cases which can be automated using Python.
See you then!
Why a network engineer should code
How to become a good coder
Common Mistakes in coding
Some of the Use cases and My Key Learnings from recent project
Questions and Answers
Internet access and whiteboard
Vivekanand Vishwakarma works a staff infrastructure security engineer at Intuit and takes care network and automation.