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The new Cisco Spark Board is creativity in a box, a self-contained tool-kit in your hands. 

We want to see how you are going to design using the Spark Board.

 

Make sure everyone in your team registers on developer.cisco.com so you can stay up to date with the Spark developer community.  The more you know, the more you can share, and even become a Spark Ambassador!

 

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What will YOU create?

What do Coffee, pizza and chatbots have to do with the Cisco Networking Academy?

 

Take a look at the 2017 Winter ICT Educators' Conference agenda to see the exciting ideas that were exchanged this week at Cisco Headquarters.

 

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Cisco DevNet was pleased to welcome strategic partners in education, to explore how technology trends are shaping the worker of the future.  Instructors from many different Universities and Community Colleges gathered here this week to share knowledge and experience.

 

Krishan Veer, Adrian Iliesiu, Mike Maas, and Tessa Mero

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Rick Tywoniak

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Peter Coffee

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There were six tracks of sessions, one being a workshop room. Topics included Cyber Security, Teaching Best Practices, Industry Partners, ICT Pathways, and Technical Topics. Educators teaching educators!

 

Our Cisco DevNet staff collaborated with instructors, to find ways to provide:

  • mentors for female students
  • resources for network academy instructors
  • curriculum for network engineers
  • up-to-date content in Programming, IoT, Network Security, and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

 

To learn more about #DevNet's partnership with #NetAcad, reach out to Kirsten Kuehl, and make sure you've registered on developer.cisco.com.

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Code Holiday Love

Posted by sspiva Jan 5, 2017

After all these years at Cisco, there is no clear line between work and home, especially during the Holiday Season.  The traditional Cisco holiday shutdown meant less emails (yay!) and more social media love.

 

Thank you to everyone who spread cyber cheer by coding a card with #DevNet!

#Code2Give

 

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Bookmark our homepage for seasonal updates, and Happy New Year!

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