Just 16 days after launching the new Cisco DevNet certifications, 500
people worldwide have earned their certifications. We want to
congratulate these folks on their achievements and welcome them to the
DevNet500. Learn more about who they are and what th...
The day you’ve been waiting for has arrived. We’re proud to announce the
availability today of DevNet Certifications. The Cisco DevNet team had
vision to upskill our software development community by providing the
tools our community need to become the he...
We’d like to welcome you to enjoy our fourth annual 2019 DevNet Holiday
Gift Guide. We’ve taken the guessing out of finding the perfect gift for
the cherished person in your life. From smart socks to smart coffee mugs
and everything else in between, our D...
Registration for the DevNet certification courses is now open.
Certification and training are aimed at both network professionals and
software developers. Testing begins on February 24, 2020. You can learn
more and start to prepare for these certification...
Blockchain is considered to be a game-changing technology, which can
potentially disrupt existing business models by making intermediary
services obsolete and inspire the creation of new and cost-effective
business models. However, this technology can not...
For those who have not heard of APIStrat, it is an API conference,
focused on the strategy side of APIs, hence its name “API Strategy &
Practice”. It is ran by the Linux Foundation and they host an event in
different parts of the US each year, this year b...
What is Hackcon?HackCon is a conference for hackathon community leaders
from all over the world. As mentioned in their website, Major League
Hacking (MLH) Hackcon gives an opportunity for hackers to meet the
community, learn from one another, and to tackl...
On September 7th, 2017, I'll be hosting the Pacific Northwest PHP
Conference, a non-profit 5013c 3-day developer event focused on PHP and
high level developer topics. You can find information here: PNWPHPThis
is our 3rd annual event, with the last 2 being...
Hi Devnet users, The Sandbox team has just released a new version of the
PCCE 11.5 Sandbox that now includes voice capabilities. We now support
voice in a fully virtualized environment. PCCE fits within Cisco’s
Collaboration product set and is more specif...
Threat Actors are constantly on the prowl for new vulnerabilities that
they can exploit to launch attacks, that affect not only organizations
but impact the lives of hundreds of thousands of people across
continents. Such attacks typically target enterpri...
The evil ‘Shadow’ has kidnapped the Code Crusader’s portly sidekick
Captain Cloud! Only you can save him! Unfortunately, to do that, you’re
going to have to bust out of two rooms of devious challenges in under 15
minutes... But, that’s not going to be as ...
Have you heard about JSDay in Italy? I haven't, until I've reached out
world to attend, and JSDay was one of the many mentioned! JSDay.This
event is designed to gather developers in ...
LinuxFest Northwest is an annual OpenSource event in Bellingham, WA USA,
LFNW features presentations and exhibits on various free and open source
topics, as well as Linux distributions and applications. LinuxFest
Northwest has something for everyone from ...
Hey everyone. I was wondering if anyone has ever had any luck pulling macro's and UI extension info from a codec without using the web admin page. Basically I'm looking to deploy a button to all touch10's, but I don't want to do so until i have all the ba...
Problem: The standard FMC configuration backup is all-or-nothing, and only restores to an FMC on the exact same version, vdb, and SRU. Partial solution: Tweaking the /etc/sf/ims.conf and /etc/sf/sru_versions.conf files in the tarball, then re-a...
The question is, where do I find it? I have been searching for hours. I have gotten to the point where I tried this but I get a 404 error when I try it on my FMC. I have 255 static routes that I need to move and doing it in the GUI is a last res...