Ripped from the hands of an Open-Source League (OSL) quarterback, this little playbook will help you become more educated in the open-source networking game.
SDN Turkey is a freelance reporter. He has won awards as an undercover journalist for the New York Times, Denver Post & San Francisco Chronicle. He commonly poses as a cooked turkey on Thanksgiving Day tables to uncover insider information on the next big thing in the SDN scene. Before discovering his passion for software-defined networking, SDN Turkey was an undercover detective. Using the same tactic (posing as a cooked turkey) SDN Turkey put people away for various crimes including conspiracy and obstruction in notorious insider stock trading cases. This, of course, got boring real fast unlike the SDN scene which is evolving at a rapid pace.