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My name is Matt Eaton and welcome to the Agnostic Development blog. I started this blog as an outlet to discuss interesting development topics that I run into throughout my career in software development. Along the way, I have found myself wanting to write more and more about research topics that I am passionate about; such as network software engineering, network security, and network operations, mobility, and various projects in open source. So, this blog will contain a mixture of networking, open source, mobility, and software development topics as it continues to evolve.