I’m all set up to go to Cisco Live in Orlando this year. Good thing, too, since I couldn’t make it to San Diego last time. It’ll be a great and fun time as usual, and I’m quite excited.
As it turns out, ARRL Field Day happens to be the weekend leading up to the festivities. I’ve been in contact with the local Orlando club, and they say the attendees are more than welcome to join them. They are meeting at the City of Orlando Emergency Operations Center, which is about 20 minutes away from the Convention Center.
Anyway, here’s my schedule for the week.
Saturday, 22 June 14:00 : Field Day begins and runs for 24 hours. 17:00 : I'll make my way over to Field Day for a few hours. Sunday, 23 June Open Monday, 24 June 08:00 : CCIE R&S Written (again) 10:00 : BRKARC-3437 - Cisco Catalyst 3750 / 3560 and 2960 Series Switching Architecture 13:00 : BRKARC-2013 - Cisco Nexus 3548 Switch Architecture 15:30 : GENSK-1294 - Enterprise Network Keynote: Getting You Where You Want to Go Tuesday, 25 June 08:00 : BRKDCT-2218 - Scalable Midsize Data Center Designs 10:00 : GENKEY-1295 - KEYNOTE: Tomorrow Starts Here 12:30 : BRKSEC-3021 - Maximizing Firewall Performance 15:00 : BRKSEC-2020 - Firewall Deployment Wednesday, 26 June 08:00 : BRKSEC-1050 - Are you choosing the right VPN technology for your network? 10:00 : GENKEY-1296 - KEYNOTE: Unlocking the Value of Innovation 13:30 : BRKIPM-2264 - Multicast Troubleshooting 16:00 : BRKRST-2041 - WAN Architectures and Design Principles Thursday, 27 June 08:00 : BRKRST-2513 - QoS Design For IPSec VPNs 10:00 : BRKSEC-2691 - Identity Based Networking: IEEE 802.1X and Beyond 12:30 : BRKCRS-3090 - Implementing Network Automation 14:30 : GENKEY-1297 - Celebrity Closing Keynote 16:00 : BRKSEC-2014 - Identifying and Mitigating Network Threats Friday, 28 June Unknown : Leave for home
Does this mean I’m actually going to attend over a dozen classes? Probably not. I’ve got to save some time for socializing and exploring the World of Solutions.
Game of Thrones premiers questions to me.