On the 22nd, I’m giving a three hour course called How the Internet Really Works. I tried making this into a four hour course, but found I still have too much material, so I’ve split the webinar into two parts; the second part will be given in February. This part is about how systems work, who pays for what, and other higher level stuff. The second part will be all about navigating the DFZ. From the Safari Books site:

This training is designed for beginning engineers who do not understand the operation of the Internet, experienced engineers who want to “fill in the gaps,” project managers, coders, and anyone else who interacts with the Internet and wants to better understand the various parts of this complex, global ecosystem.

You can register here.