Happy Monday! Have you attended a webinar recently, researched a topic online, or completed an online course? Join us on this on week's This Week I Learned in celebration of National Online Learning Day (September 15th) to recommend an online course or share something you've learned online (article, book, webinar) that you found helpful or interesting.
Here is your guide to what happened around the community last week:
Hello and Welcome
Hello and welcome to our newest members! Welcome: Jared August, Reed Bigham, Stanton Burgess, Gus Elmer, Steven Fernandes, Roee Gavriel, Niel Greeff, Douglas Green, Wadii GUEDRIA, Mostafa Hesham, takeshi hosoya, MUDDASSIR IQBAL, Alexander Kravitz, Bradley Matteson, Michael McGlone, Matt Rocker, Scott Root, Massimiliano Troiani, James Uhrlaub II, and SHINICHI YOKOTE.
We're glad you're all here and look forward to hearing from you! We'd love to learn more about you and invite you to say hello at: What Ciena products do you use?
Popular and Noteworthy
Our most popular answered questions based on your views last week were the following:
- What is the comand in CLI to check MAC address on the UNI port of eMOTR card?
- What causes the ALRM light to illuminate on the 3916?
- shelf processor usb
- Is it possible to manually send traps from a device?
Other events, discussions, polls and resources you may want to check out include:
- Keep Your Options Open. Submarine Route Diversity.
- This Week I Learned: September 15th (National Online Learning Day)
- I Love Acronyms: EJB
- How has the evolution to Open Submarine Networks (Coherent Optics, Open APIs and SDN) impacted your role in building and managing submarine networks?
- Featured Photo: Marc Cadieux, Canada
- New Customer Service Center Login and Registration FAQ
Of The Week
Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Lance Allison, 将史 原田, Raj Gautam, Joonhee Lee, Eric Pouyoul, Brian Shaffer, David Stockdale, Jayvie Suriaga, and Masahiro Yamamoto.
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
Tomorrow, September 19th, is Talk Like A Pirate Day, so it is okay to double up on all of your adjectives, drop all your “g” and “v”'s, and only speak in present tense. It’s also the one day you can get away with starting all sentences with: “Arr.” Talk Like A Pirate Day has been celebrated since 2002.
Did You Know
That on this day, September 18th, in 1989, NeXT Computer released version 1.0 of NeXTSTEP. In 1997, Apple acquired NeXT Computer build their next-generation operating system that was later named Mac OS X.
Have a great week and keep networking! I look forward to hearing from you.