[bdNOG] Learn from Internet industry experts at APNIC44

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Tue Jun 20 18:08:56 BDT 2017

FYI on request from APNIC.


Learn from Internet industry experts

Take the opportunity to expand your technical skills under the
guidance of industry experts by participating in the 
APNIC 44 workshops.


APNIC and invited experts share current, practical, and hands-on
information at the workshops to help network operators succeed
in the changing Internet infrastructure environment.

We are delighted to have Philip Smith, Jordi Palet, Bayani Lara,
Yoshinobu Matzusaki, Simon Baroi, GZ Kabir and Champika Wijayatunga join
trainers to share their insights on the following topics:

    - IPv4/IPv6 advanced routing
    - Linux server administration
    - Network security
    - Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Places in the workshops are limited, so secure your spot now by
registering and paying in full. Don't forget, early bird rates end
4 August.


2017 NRO NC election

You have until 10 August 2017 to submit a nomination for the 2017 NRO NC


The term of Tomohiro Fujisaki will end on 31 December 2017.

One individual from the Asia Pacific Internet community will be elected
to fill this vacant seat on the NRO NC for two years from 1 January 2018
to 31 December 2019.


Book your travel

Save on costs and book your travel now to Taichung. Check to see if you
need a visa for Taiwan.


APNIC has negotiated reduced rates for conference attendees at the
conference venue, the Splendor Hotel Taichung. Book early to secure
 your accommodation.


Thanks to our sponsors

Many thanks to our sponsors for their support of APNIC 44.



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Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC)     Tel:  61 7 3858 3100
PO Box 3646 South Brisbane, QLD 4101 Australia      Fax:  61 7 3858 3199
6 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane, QLD              http://www.apnic.net

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