Networking giant Cisco has decided to cancel its Cisco Live event, which was scheduled to be held in Melbourne from 3 to 5 March, due to the ongoing spread of the coronavirus around the globe.
Developers and aspiring developers from across Australia and New Zealand are set to descend on Melbourne early in March to work with and learn from experts at DevNet, Cisco’s global developer training program.
Cisco's CTO, Padmasree Warrior, will be the keynote speaker at Cisco Live next March, the revamped version of the former annual Cisco Networkers event.
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