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SDN: Do Network Engineers Need Programming Skills?
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4/3/2014 | 11:03:36 PM
Transformation
In the era of SDN, the network engineer needs programming skills to be successful and deploy advanced features. Otherwise you may fall into a pure network operator/administrator by and by. Without programming skills, it's hard to play with and control SDN. But I don't think it will happen overnight. The network engineer will not become programmer all of a sudden. As network professional, you must renew your skills all the time and keep learning new stuff. 


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