When I joined the UX Design course offered by General Assembly, I did not know what to expect. There was a time table provided and on day one, the instructors clearly explained our learning goals and the process to get there. This was new to me, coming from a network servicing environment where the process … Continue reading Learning UX Design with General Assembly
Hello friends, and welcome to another update of my blog series: Python for Network Engineers. Today, we will be learning about String Manipulation in Python. This is an important topic for every aspiring network programmer as majority of the time spent in programming for networks with Python, is handling and manipulating String outputs. Assigning values … Continue reading Python for Network Engineers: String Manipulation
Hello friends and welcome to my blog series guide on network programming. Previously, I shared a short overview of how Python is useful for network engineers and Python data types. Today, we will explore Python scripting and make short scripts of our own. This post assumes you already have Python in your operating system and … Continue reading Python for Network Engineers: Basic Scripting
Hello friends and welcome to the first in my blog series of Python for Network Engineers. Today, we will start with the ‘what’ and ‘why’ and some basics of Python to help get you started in your learning journey to becoming a network programmer. Requirements Before we start, you must be equipped with the following … Continue reading Python for Network Engineers: What & Why, Data Types
He shall be like a tree, planted by the rivers of water; that brings forth its fruit in its season; whose leaf also shall not wither; and whatever he does shall prosper – Psalm 1: 3 Hello there! My name is Abigail and you can call me Abi. I like to talk and I like … Continue reading Introducing Myself
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