Everyone knows everything and everyone has not yet given birth altogether. So don’t know yourself as one of the wisest people. “Qaboos Letter, the Supreme Element”
Going back to 2000, the Internet has not yet become public across the country, and the resources available to a network engineer include a limited number of books in libraries and a limited number of small institutes. In such circumstances, knowledge is practically the prerogative of those who have access to these resources.
But now with the sudden expansion of access to information in the field of technology, 40 million Internet users nationwide equals 40 million people with the potential to access network knowledge. Despite these changes, the maintenance and monopoly of knowledge is no longer possible or desirable. By understanding these developments from a certain point onwards, the world no longer sees success as a monopoly of knowledge for itself, but as the ability to share it with others.
Many, on the other hand, define the nature of knowledge as the information and skills gained from experience, and as a result, the sharing of knowledge is the fruit that comes on the tree from the soil of experience.
IP Cafe, based on the experience of its authors and in order to develop “knowledge sharing thinking” on the Persian web, shares its knowledge about different areas of the network.
We hope this movement, albeit a small one, will empower more network engineers nationwide and foster a culture of knowledge sharing among our professionals.