Sunday, January 6, 2013

USENIX LISA 2012 courses

I taught two courses at last month's USENIX LISA 2012 conference in San Diego, California. One on IPv6 and another on DNS and DNSSEC. Each had about 60 attendees and they both went very well.

Slides for the IPv6 course are available at:
http://www.huque.com/~shuque/doc/2012-12-IPv6-Tutorial-huque.pdf

Slides for the DNS and DNSSEC course are available at:
http://www.huque.com/~shuque/doc/2012-12-DNS-DNSSEC-Tutorial-huque.pdf

I also participated in the Internet Society's ION conference, where I moderated a panel on "Advancing the Network: Where We've Been and Where We're Headed". Participants on my panel were Ron Broersma (DREN), Paul Ebersman (InfoBlox), John Spence (Nephos6), and Paul Mockapetris (Nominum, and the inventor of the DNS).

A few photos from my trip are available on my Google Plus page.

--Shumon Huque

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