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Dev Net Zone Cisco Live US 2017 is right around the corner and there is SO much we have planned for the Dev Net community, and not just those able to make it in person to Vegas. One of the things I’m most proud of about working at Cisco and in Dev Net, is the large, global community we have, and how we are able to stay connected with everyone, even during the big events like Cisco Live. The first #Cisco Chat will take place on Saturday June 24th at 4 PM Pacific, where we’ll be checking in with the two pre-#CLUS #Dev Net Express events that are taking place the weekend before the main conference starts.

) #Cisco Chats during Cisco Live, where we’ll use the “video everywhere” capabilities of Facebook Live to transport our entire community into the Dev Net Zone so you can see and hear what is going on.

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Maybe even get a sneak peek at the amazing hands on content being unveiled at the very first Data Center Infrastructure event, or a teaser about what is possible for IT Pros with Cloud Collaboration.

Who knows what to expect when the Live feed starts up from Vegas?! And during the Dev Net Happy Hour on Wednesday evening, June 28th at 5pm PT, we will ask the question, “” Silvia will once again go LIVE on Facebook with #Cisco Chat to share some of the most “inspired” answers with everyone far and wide.

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