Network Warrior Weekend Camp - garden party with laptop
This page describes the concept NWWC.
Mainly this is an event held in my private garden, with friends. We build a common tent and hack through the night, no need to put away your stuff - just hack on! Note: we have done tents in "cold weather" and will if need be lay a carpetlike structure, so yes it will be OK. Bring socks or indoor shoes, as outdoor shoes will not be allowed on the "carpet".
Consider it a garden party where it is okay to bring your laptop, so you can hack and discuss file systems while drinking tea, coffee, soda, beers, water, vodka and eating snacks! We typically do a barbecue every day - so bring or buy something to put over the fire. If you dont eat meat please note we do not have special kitchenware ... and there might be a single BBQ. Some fridge space will be available.
What is it?
An open space for people to be more social when hacking on whatever project they want. I typically work on projects that require more setup and focus than is available during daytime in normal work weeks. So my projects often involve setting up a small infrastructure with networking, 10Gbit, firewalls, routing and routers - and then do some experiments. I have a wide range of equipment like Juniper SRX, OpenBSD PF, Linux devices, Parallella, Raspberry Pi's, switches, access-points etc. Ask me before you bring something heavy, I might have it already. :-D
It resembles a temporary hackerspace where you can sit and hack around the clock, and sometimes the best time is at night when everyone is focused on something and you see the glow from the laptops onto smiling faces.Picture from my garden, where next NWWWC hopefully will take place.
Ethernet, Layer2, Layer3, SNMP, OSPF, BGP, firewalls, routers, switches, syslog, ACL, security, denial of service, syn flooding, Kali Linux, Nmap, portscan, Parallella, Beaglebone, Kibana, Elasticsearch, Suricata, Bro-IDS, Metasploit, 802.1q, 802.11, 802.1x, STP, BPDU guard, IPv4, IPv6, ICMPv6, NTP, Cisco IOS, 802.3ad, Junos, DDoS, pktgen, t50, hping, Kali Linux, ARM, FPGA, Netflow, Netconf, burgers, coke, beer, danish hygge