I made a couple changes to the RouterJockey store this week and I wanted to make sure I got the word out. Previously the store worked in sprints that I tried to open up 2-3x a year. Instead of trying to manage these sprints, and keep the products updated, I’ve now made the store available […]
RouterJockey is launching a clothing line?!?!???
Ok maybe that title is a bit grandiose… But due to the great response I received Friday morning from the launch of the original PCAP shirt, and the IPv6 follow-up, I decided to create a few new designs and put everything into a store front. If the demand continues I will continue to publish new […]
PCAP or it didn’t happen…. The t-shirt!
Some days I don’t know why I do things… But last night I was playing around with creating a PCAP meme when my friend Josh Kittle said he’d be interested in a t-shirt like that. I got to thinking about it and realized some network engineers out there also might enjoy something like this, so […]
Binary Metal Guitar
Thank you Ed for sharing the video the led me to find this… Tony MattkeNetwork engineer turned management currently servicing the enterprise data center market. I started working on networks in the ’90s and still feel like that was just a few years ago. Jack of all trades, master of none; I love to learn […]
Vendor PSA: Words and Phrases to Avoid in Presentations
Over the years IT professionals have sat through countless presentations, conference calls, and keynotes. We’ve been preached too, explained “the problem”, and forced to bear witness to the the future. During such events all of us have had to step up and explain that we already understand the problem, we know who your company is, […]
Network Field Day 2 — Comic Edition
During the coarse of NFD2 I found an iPhone app called Halftone, and later, one named ComicStrip that allow you to add some fun effects and speech bubbles to your photos… So, I started in on some of the photos that I took during the trip. After putting a few of them on twitter they […]