So, the grand Internet Travelling Circus, sated by it’s Christmas and New Year libations and relaxations, takes to the skies, rails, roads, seas, etc., and heads off to locations exotic, and less so, for the next round of the conference season…
In the next three weeks, I’ll be attending:
- UKNOF 18 in London (almost certainly less exotic…), where I’m helping organise the programme and help build the conference connectivity.
- NZNOG ’11 in Wellington, NZ (more exotic, takes a day on a plane to get there, but likely to rain), where I’m speaking on regional peering initiatives, possible theories why they haven’t worked well in the UK, and how that might be different in NZ.
- NANOG 51 in Miami, FL (warm, beaches, possible thunderstorms), where I’m going to help newcomers get a handle on the beast that is the NANOG meeting, and get the best out of it… namely: ask questions, drink, be sociable. All of these can be tough for the average introverted geek on the street. 🙂
- I’ll also be passing through LA on the way to/from NZ and MIA. Long story, but happy to go for lunch/dinner/drinks.
This is then followed by Apricot in Hong Kong at the end of Feb, but I suspect I’m not going to that, instead choosing to stay at home in the UK and indulge myself playing with steam trains…