My 2013 Goals

We are two weeks into 2013, so these goals might appear a bit late, but are better that way than never being made. I’m limiting these goals to the professional arena as most of the readers probably won’t care whether I learned French, took 30 wickets in my club’s summer cricket league, or learned how to make the perfect cappuccino.

With that said, here are the professional goals that I will strive to achieve in 2013:

  • Immerse myself in OpenStack and its Quantum component. Specifically, I want to build a cloud in my home lab and create complicated scenarios, including, but not limited to:
              • Create virtual Data Centers
              • Easily spin off VMs and move them across L2 and L3 domains
  • Build and configure Open vSwitch and a Floodlight OpenFlow controller to achieve the tasks above
  • Document my findings and release them to the public in easy-to-understand videos and screencasts.
  • Watch all of Ivan Pepeljnak’s webinars. So far I’ve only watched about a third.
  • Attain a working knowledge of Python via Codeacademy.
  • Recertify my CCIE status.
  • Play a major role in building a product.

I’ll revisit in about a year to see how I fared!

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