Matt Oswalt of Keeping It Classless comments:
I’d like to write about five things that you as a hardcore, operations-focused network engineer can do to evolve your skillsets, and take advantage of some of the methodologies that have for so long given huge benefits to the software development community. I won’t be showing you how to write code — this is less about programming, and more about the tools that software developers use every day to work more efficiently. I believe in this, there is a lot of potential benefit to network engineering and operations.
If you are going down the road of Network Development, you need to read Matt’s post to see his tools and workflows.
Read more at: 5 Dev Tools for Network Engineers
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