Although I represent a multinational corporation, I try to stay away from "being a corporatey" type of person. I am very honest about the things I like and don't like about what a company is doing, which is why developers respect and are open to listening to me. One thing I really REALLY appreciate about Cisco is that they are very supportive of open source communities and all type of technologies.
RAML stands for "RESTful API Modeling Language" and is doing some great things to the contributor community. They are sending all types of gifts ranging from fun swag to gift cards by rounding up sponsorship prizes from companies and organizations.
As a current sponsor to RAML's organization, Cisco DevNet is VERY excited about what RAML is doing for their contributors and decided to, in addition to our previous sponsorships, sponsor 10 x $50 Amazon gift cards. Thanks to Mike Stowe who reached out to me to ask about sponsorships.
Since I'm on an airplane and cannot search for funny "celebration" type of GIFs, could you do me a favor and send out a tweet with a GIF and be sure to tag @tessamero, @ramlapi, and @ciscodevnet =)
Hey guys,I am currently learning GNS3 and I am aware that I need to obtain the relevant images/licenses.Is anyone aware of what I need to purchase exactly? Is it 'Cisco Modeling Labs - Personal' Thanks in advace!
We have an integration app created. We are able to authenticate and obtain a valid access token.Using our custom app, we are able to getUser info for the logged in user. The logged in user is an organization admin in Webex. When we attem...
Hi to all, i want to use a cisco touch 10 device to control some crestron devices. For most commands we use the touch 10 module available via Cisco Touch 10 Room Control v1.0 - Crestron Application Market in addition to some widgets (Button...
Hi all, I'm trying to create a script to automate the process of reserving a devnet sandbox,according to the API documentation I need to create a client. However, the link they give (https://sandboxapi.cisco.com/v1/oauth/login/) is not acce...