REDtalks.live #49 – Imperative vs Declarative APIs /w Kin Lane

My good pal, Kin Lane, is back on the show for his third appearance to discuss the much debated topic of Imperative vs Declarative APIs. Key discussion points on this topic: One is not necessarily better than the other. One persons declarative is another persons imperative, so think about the 'system' of orchestration, and not … Continue reading REDtalks.live #49 – Imperative vs Declarative APIs /w Kin Lane

REDtalks.live #47 – POSTMAN API client w/ creator & CEO, Abhinav Asthana

Very excited about today's episode where I'm joined by Abhinav Ashtana, the creator and CEO of world renowned API client, POSTMAN.   In this episode, hear Abhinav explain how POSTMAN started – how a personal frustration with API interactions presented an opportunity to create something cool. Learn about the journey POSTMAN took and the use … Continue reading REDtalks.live #47 – POSTMAN API client w/ creator & CEO, Abhinav Asthana

REDtalks.live #43 – “API First Strategy” w/ Kin Lane

Welcome to episode #43 where I'm joined by super-famous API evangelist, Kin Lane – yes, the Kin Lane behind apievangelist.com Watch this episode to learn about Kin's background and how he's helped many organizations of different sizes realize the benefits of an "API First" strategy. Or just watch to see if he really does look like … Continue reading REDtalks.live #43 – “API First Strategy” w/ Kin Lane

REDtalks.live #36 – Christian Weber from GitHub on Infrastructure as Code

Delighted to have GitHub's Christian Weber on the show this week to share his experiences with Infrastructure as Code. Watch this episode to hear Christian explain some personal experiences, from his days before he worked at GitHub, where Infrastructure/Configuration as Code would have made a big difference. Learn from first-hand experience how certain practices can … Continue reading REDtalks.live #36 – Christian Weber from GitHub on Infrastructure as Code

REDtalks.live #35 – How to get started

In this episode I'm joined by F5 Consultant, Vinnie Mazza, to hear his experiences with getting started on his programmability and automation journey. Vinnie shares with us how a project outside of work  inspired him to learn new skills that, coincidentally, are directly transferable to the workplace. In this video you will see how, armed … Continue reading REDtalks.live #35 – How to get started

REDtalks.live #28 – Jason Edelman of NetworkToCode.com

Today we're joined by Jason Edelman, co-founder of awesome network automation training and services company networktocode.com, and co-author of the recently published O'Reilly book titled, "Network Programmability and Automation". As the subtitle states, this book is a reference tool aimed at developing "skills for the next-generation network engineer". Joined by co-authors, Scott S. Lowe & … Continue reading REDtalks.live #28 – Jason Edelman of NetworkToCode.com

REDtalks.live #26: WWT on why Super-NetOps is different

Some great content from friends at World Wide Technology (WWT) explaining how the Super-NetOps Training Program differs from traditional infrastructure automation training. "Its a very interesting and very exciting program" – Mark Wall   In this podcast, live from the WWT Global Sales Conference in Las Vegas, Principle Solutions Architect, Joel King, and Practice Lead … Continue reading REDtalks.live #26: WWT on why Super-NetOps is different