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By Greg Ferro, Ethan Banks, Drew Conry-Murray, Chris Wahl, Scott Lowe

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Really Useful

Some very useful and deep networking information by some really interesting people from the Networking Community. I can't recomend this highly enough.

Brilliant and well supported

Funny, relevant, thoughtful and the best tech podcast out there for us Network Engineer types.

So good, I want to join the conversation and often forget this is a podcast, so good is the flow. This podcast talks to those of us who are working across the network stack, be they mobile, fixed, data centre or whatever.

If something appears mystical to you - SDN’s, NFV, Orchestration, EVPN etc, these guys do a great job in demystifying the endless vendor marketing buffoonery that is rampant in our industry and make it rounded enough for you to question your own architectures and decisions, which can only be a good thing.

One great feature is when Gregg and Ethan invite vendors on the show. The discussions are very well led, without it being led by any particular agenda. This does suggest a very well supported podcast, so much so, I can’t see it being too long before these guys do this pretty much full time.

In summary: Challenging, interesting, controversial without being boneheaded and utterly relevant.

Great work, please keep it up.

My favourite podcast bar none

Knowledgeable presenters, guests and a nice choice of shows! If you work in IT this is the podcast for you.