I started out by writing a blog post about network design for a product I’m working on.
My original post on this subject went viral, and I received dozens of questions from readers about how to use network design to create a more efficient network.
Network designers should always be thinking about network designs in terms of how they will be used by users and how the users will benefit from them.
In other words, they should never be using network design in the context of a business model or as a way to make money.
But it is something that is very useful in the design of networks, and a lot of designers will learn from this practice.
It’s also something that can be used to solve problems.
Network design can be a very powerful way to solve some of the problems that network designers have to deal with, like how to handle network fragmentation.
And I like to think of network design as a tool that is constantly evolving and being used to better solve problems for network designers.