Monday, July 5, 2010

Knowledge Sharing and Social Media

Recently, over the past year or so, I have begun diving deeper and deeper into social media outlets. One of the truly great values that I've come to appreciate from these services is the ability to share knowledge with other people, and to receive their insights as well. As with most things in life, one person cannot know "everything." By creating dynamic communities of like-minded individuals, we can each contribute our knowledge into a collective pool of information.

I have found a tremendous amount of information relevant to the wireless industry. This collection of information serves as a tremendous resource for new and experienced wireless engineers alike.

I've found Google Reader and RSS feeds to be among the most useful tools to remain current on WiFi technology. Since WiFi is still a rapidly evolving technology, innovation is occurring at a very fast pace. You need tools like RSS feed aggregation to stay relevant. I like Google Reader because it allows me to read news while on the go. Hey, we work in wireless, mobility should be second-hat for us right?

In the spirit of this collaboration, I would like to share some of my favorite WiFi information sources. I hope you find some of these links useful. I am constantly updating these sources as I find new and interesting content, so check back regularly or add the direct sources to your own lists.

My Google Reader Shared Items:

My Google Reader Bundle of WiFi Sources:

My Twitter List for WiFi Sources:

My You Tube WiFi Playlist:

Aruba Networks Whitepapers:

Aerohive Multimedia and Whitepapers:

WLAN Professionals Podcast:

CWNP Resources:

Cisco DesignZone for Mobility:

Cisco Support Documentation (look under Products - Wireless):

Cisco TechWise TV Broadcasts:

Cisco Mobility TV Broadcasts:

Cisco Seminars and Webcasts:

I'm sure that I'm missing plenty of great content that's out on the interwebs, but feel free to drop me a line in the comments, on twitter, or via email to let me know of any wireless sources you find useful.


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