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Open Source SDN Solutions for Open Networking Success
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During the Layer123 SDN & #OpenFlow World Congress last year, a college professor brought three of his undergraduate students to participate in the #ONF #SDN Skills Certification Workshop. What did they learn? A lot! Find out in this blog post: bit.ly/1ZO5vOv 

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Take the mystery out of SDKs with #opensource. See why more people are moving to open source #SDKs in this article from TechCrunch http://tcrn.ch/1MWcqSw 

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Are you looking to get your #SDN skills certified? Join #ONF for a webinar with SDxCentralCentral on February 9 to learn more about ONF's certification program and why now is the time to become SDN certified. Register for free here: http://bit.ly/1Z8cnpr

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Our ‪#‎opensource‬ project Aspen was named “Best in Showcase” at last year’s ‪#‎SDN‬ & ‪#‎OpenFlow‬ World Congress. Check out a demo of the ONF project from the show here. http://bit.ly/1m6Yqfd

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ONF is hiring! We are seeking a candidate for the position of Open Source Software CTO to lead open source software development to further SDN. The successful candidate will report to the board of directors and will be responsible for pulling together a coherent and high impact software program, benefitting real SDN operations. Get more details on the position and how to apply here: http://bit.ly/1rvPDQV

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Considering on starting an #opensource project? #ONF's Bithika Khargharia offers three tips for the successful open source projects in this blog post: http://bit.ly/1YrHuRL

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Why use #opensource? We'll give you five advantages. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1UvTITP

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College textbook costs have risen more than three times the rate of inflation since 1978. That’s why more teachers are starting to embrace #opensource textbooks: http://bit.ly/1NZQNxd

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What should you expect for #opensource this year? For one, commercialization, according to ONF's 2016 predictions. Read what else ONF leadership foresees for the year: http://bit.ly/222bQK1

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