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Oct 11, 2023, 11:49:29 AM10/11/23
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== NetLdn 47 ==
NetLdn 47 will be on Thursday 12th of October 2023, talks starting at our usual time of 7.00PM and in our usual venue:

Upstairs at The Wheatsheaf,
25 Rathbone Place,

== Talks ==

Talk 1: Fabrics

A software engineer's view into how contemporary hardware operates and what does that mean for network and infrastructure layers, as seen in the context of machine learning hype. Fabrics, in particular non-IP fabrics, routing of address space (no, not IP address space, the real address space), Infiniband and custom transports, feeding accelerators with data and what does that mean for the networking part of the system, and how software could and does abuse the potential of underlying hardware.

Presenter: Ignas Bagdonas


Talk 2: TBD

We're still on the lookout for a 2nd talk this month. Have you been working on a particularly prickly protocol problem at work, or have recently dived down a deep diagnostics hole? These make great lightning talks:

Presenter: You?

== Participating and Contact ==
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* If you're attending NetLdn please note that the venue is a pub which serves alcohol. There is no expectation that you must drink alcohol, non-alcoholic drinks are also available. If you're under 18 please let us know, we will need to inform the landlord. If you're crazy enough to drive in London, please drink responsibly.

If you want to submit a talk for a future event, any area of networking and any skill level is welcome. Please respond to our call for presentations via the NetLdn website:

If you want to contact the NetLdn team about any issues, concerns or queries please do so via;
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Many thanks and we hope to see you all soon,
The NetLdn Team.


Oct 12, 2023, 4:48:18 AM10/12/23
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Thanks to Oli Stockman we have a 2nd talk for this evening, a lightning talk to open the evening with:


Talk 2 (actually the first): Planning for Power Issues

Sharing a few lessons learned from some of the more unusual power outages on a rural network

Presenter: Oli Stockman
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