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Schedule Builder

View, browse, and sort the ever-growing list of sessions by pass type, track, and format. With this Schedule Builder, you can build your schedule in advance and access it during the show via export or with the mobile app, once live. For your schedule to sync properly with the mobile app, be sure to login to Schedule Builder with the same email address you used to register for Interop 2019.

Sessions do fill up and seating is first come, first serve, so arrive early to sessions that you would like to attend. Please note that adding a session into your agenda does NOT guarantee you a seat to the session.

Hank PrestonNetwork EngineerCisco

Hank started his career in network engineering like many, by cracking open a CCNA book and learning all about subnetting, the OSI model, and CLI interfaces. He fell in love with the deceptive simplicity and elegance of network communication and TCP/IP and dove in head first. His journey was one that included many network designs (and debates about designs), miles of copper/fiber cables, late night change windows, and even later night troubleshooting calls (it’s always the network… even when it isn’t :-). Along the way he picked up certifications in routing/switching, wireless, and security, culminating with earning CCIE #38336 in February 2013. After spending a couple of years exploring the world of “Cloud”, “DevOps” and “Applications”, the talk of SDN, automation and programmability caught his ears, and he decided it was past time to return to networking full time.

Hank's day job is putting NetDevOps theory into practice in DevNet Sandbox, a FREE cloud service for anyone looking to explore the programmability side of Cisco platforms. And along they way he loves helping fellow engineers in their transition, as well as shape and accelerate Cisco’s own journey and evolution in this new “Programmable Age” of networking.

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