Pete Welcher

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Pete started out as a PhD mathematician teaching college classes, only to eventually discover he likes computers better. He worked for Terry Slattery coding part of the CIsco IOS CLI interpreter, which grew into teaching network classes and consulting. He has been a CCIE for over 20 years, authored or designed several Cisco courses, while designing networks big and small. Pete is deeply interested in R&S, is getting over MPLS, loves doing network design, application troubleshooting, and is now learning all he can about various datacenter technologies.

Pete blogs whenever he can find time. His blog can be found at
http://www.netcraftsmen.net/resources/blogs/blogger/Pete%20Welcher/.

He is on LinkedIn and intends to be more active there.

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Links with Tag @pjwelcher

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  4. What’s happening Friday at Network Field Day 9?
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  6. What’s happening Wednesday at Network Field Day 9
  7. What’s Network Field Day 9 (NFD9) About?
  8. The Recent Cisco UCS Announcements
  9. Open Networking User Group, New York, May 5-6, 2014
  10. ONUG: Open Networking User Group, Fall 2014
  11. The Cisco / Insieme ACI Launch, Part 1
  12. The Cisco ACI Launch, Part 2
  13. Network Field Day 5: Ruckus Wireless Revisited
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  18. Show 141 – The Pace of Change Is Picking Up
  19. The Cisco WLAN Scape
  20. Testing WLAN and Network Management Products
  21. Network Field Day 5: Ruckus Wireless Comments
  22. Network Field Day 5: Ruckus Wireless Comments
  23. Cisco OnePK
  24. Network Field Day #5 Streaming Link
  25. Some Thoughts Prior to Network Field Day #5
  26. Basic Software Defined Networking (SDN)
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