Interview in the Network Automation Nerds Podcast

I had a nice chat with Eric Chou in his Network Automation Nerds Podcast about some of the topics that I’ve talked about on my books, like Software Architecture and Automation. We also covered topics like how I started my journey into Python or the difference between different roles.

The chat is available in podcast format

#030: Leading Authentically with Andy Champagne (Part 2) Network Automation Nerds Podcast

Today on the show, we will continue our conversation with Andy Champagne, SVP & CTO of Akamai Labs at Akamai Technologies. Andy has been in the industry since the early 1990s. His early work focused on network engineering and architecture for regional ISP. Since joining Akamai in 2000, Andy has held various engineering and product leadership roles. In part two of this episode, we will continue our conversation around leadership principles and chat about our opinion about the future of technology. I hope you enjoy this episode! — Links –Akamai Technologies: https://www.akamai.com/Follow Andy on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andychampagne/— Stay in Touch with Us –Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EricChouNetworkAutomationNerdsFollow Eric on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericchouSupport the show
  1. #030: Leading Authentically with Andy Champagne (Part 2)
  2. #029: Leading Authentically with Andy Champagne (Part 1)
  3. #028: Intentionet with Ratul Mahajan
  4. #027 Network Automation with Jeremy Schulman
  5. #026: Netris Discussion with Alex Saroyan

Here for a direct link to the podcast.

and in video

Again, here is a direct link to the video.

I think there was a lot of interesting topics and I hope you enjoy it!

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