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Showing posts from January, 2021

Logically Planning a Network ft. Shopify

 " We are designing a new workspace with 3 floors. On average, there will be 100 devices on each floor that require wired and wireless connectivity. Submit a network design including: (1.) A network diagram (2.) Hardware choices (3.) VLAN and subnetting information (4.) Anything else you think is relevant. "    This was a question for a position at Shopify. While it was publicly available, I decided to wait and post this when the position closed. The Methodology/Framework Break it into chunks. Separate it by something, in this instance, the floors. Determine the departments. Subnets per floor - I'm not using CIDR. Pick the hardware. Ask other questions.

Book: The Bootcamper's Guide to Web Accessibility by Lindsey Kopacz

As a human being in the 21st century, I realize how important it is to make sure my websites are accessible to everyone. I make webpages, and I know they can stand to be improved on the accessibility front. I know about alt text in images — and will use them more in the future. I need to integrate them more into my development flow — it’s 2021. There’s no excuse. And that is only the tip of the iceberg. I was generously gifted this book by marktechson on Twitter - Thank you 👋🏾! I revisited the book several times - It's a lot of information I'm not familiar with, and wouldn't feel okay with recapping, especially as you can buy the book over here .

Configuring the JunOS CLI (Standalone vMX)

Happy 2021! A lot of the information came from this video by Network Direction. It also showed me how to use these virtual labs. Usually I just showed up, clicked random buttons, and moved onto local .iso because I knew how to get those started. Use Juniper vLabs for an online lab space to work in. Let the setup commence, click the arrow, then SSH!