Monday, December 1, 2014

SDNSim, A Compact Simulator for Software-Defined Networking

Magnificent view from Cacilhas..
The weather is getting colder. I am reaching my third winter in Lisbon. Time indeed goes fast. I am currently building SDNSim, a compact and expressive simulator for Software-Defined Networking (SDN) built using Java, extending the xSDN, an Expressive Simulator for Dynamic Network Flows.

Today I marked all the emails in Gmail as "Read". It was slightly more than 6000, just in the inbox, excluding the filters. This was my first time to have zero-unread-email, since the emails were adding up since late 2008, in the scales of 1000s. Never marked the emails read in bulk before. Gmail took a bit of time to make this transaction, and Gmail was unavailable for a minute or two. Having a cleaner looking Gmail now. :D You may read this post to learn how to mark all your unread emails in your Gmail account "read" in one shot.

No comments:

Post a Comment

You are welcome to provide your opinions in the comments. Spam comments and comments with random links will be deleted.