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Ryan Booth
Network engineer at my core, with a passion for all things technology. Working to transform the way we build and manage networks CCIE #50117 Tweets are my own.
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Ryan Booth 17h
showed first quarter of slowed growth in over a year. Cloud growth still at 68%.
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Phil Gervasi Jul 18
An almost complete list of my writing activity outside of my personal blog
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Ryan Booth Jul 18
You just gotta drink your coffee through a straw :)
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Jeremy Schulman Jul 18
I have submitted a talk/tutorial proposal for 77 titled: "Automating 'Network Ready for Use' Testing". Would you be more interested in a 30m high level talk covering concepts+demo, or a 60-90m tutorial that would also include walking through the Python code?
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Josh Saul Jul 17
Our social media compliance officer better take away my devices soon or I might reveal what we’ve been working on with the latest version of AOS! I hope they’re not reading this.
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Mark Bates Jul 16
I never trust a test that passes the first time. If it passes, I purposely break it just to make sure it’s not a false positive.
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Francois Caen Jul 17
Just spoke with . The 2019 edition is on! All in French this time. J/k 🤣 We are reviving the networktocode slack channel.
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Ryan Booth Jul 17
Replying to @ioshints @amyengineer
If we are doing back to the future packets is there any way you can delete that email I sent last week to my boss? I bet there is a market for this!
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Ryan Booth Jul 16
Replying to @mrlesmithjr
Yeah inconsistency will drive any automation engineer to drinking. But isnt this why Windows has SCCM?
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Ryan Booth Jul 16
Replying to @mrlesmithjr
Ghost w/ multicast imaging FTW!!!
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Ryan Booth Jul 16
Replying to @hfpreston @PeteCCDE
Mocking API, DB and 3rd party service calls produce more stable results and reduce the risk of tests trashing the system.
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Ryan Booth Jul 16
Replying to @hfpreston @PeteCCDE
Mock can be your best friend or worst enemy depending on the day. But absolutely one of the most powerful features for testing. Unless you are testing on prod then ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Ryan Booth Jul 16
Replying to @amyengineer
Just one more reason not to talk about leaking routes! BUM traffic is another grey area.
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Anthony Miloslavsky Jul 16
Have been noticing this pattern a lot recently in network design discussions. Thinking about it, I can safely say that this nicely sums up just about every design I've ever been a part of. Credit to for the idea.
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Ryan Booth Jul 15
Replying to @the_dvorkin
yeah buddy!
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Ryan Booth Jul 15
Replying to @kmcnam1 @ThreeFDDI
Yeah... I totally expect this pic up on Lifetime or Murder Mysteries within the next couple years. Could even get a Law & Order episode!
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Ryan Booth Jul 15
Replying to @networkunicorn
Dont worry, your standards of "basic hygiene" go down for each kid you have.
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Vala Afshar Jul 13
Don't be impressed by: 1. Money 2. Job titles 3. Appearances 4. Experience 5. Affiliations 6. Imitations 7. Big words Be impressed by: 1. Kindness 2. Trustworthiness 3. Unselfish generosity 4. Humility 5. Good manners 6. Courage to dare, dream and do 7. Integrity and benevolence
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Apstra Jul 12
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Ryan Booth Jul 13
Replying to @Karl_ITNerd
agree. Some years or months family gets more, others career gets more. Both sides need to adapt when the other needs its time. Its hard.
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