Friday, August 1, 2014

Blogging at VMworld 2014 in San Francisco!

I'm excited to return to VMworld this year, and this time around I've been selected to receive a blogger pass for the conference! That means I'll be cordoned off in the 31337 blogger section for the keynotes.... I think. Really, it means that the rest of the conference attendees won't need to put up with me furiously banging away on my MBA while you're trying to listen to the presentations.

I've booked a solid 4.5 days of sessions, community events, and the occasional party for VMworld this year. That'll give me dozens of topics to write about and share with you all. And share I will. When I haven't attended VMworld in the past, I've relied on accurate and timely blogposts to catch up on the events. This time, it'll be my opportunity to return the favor.

I'll be attending sessions on hipster stuff like DevOps (actually, is DevOps mainstream now, and Docker is hipster?), NSX, Storage Best Practices, and some PowerCLI stuff I'm into lately. So I'll be posting about those topics and more. You're excited, right? Right. I could tell.

If you're interested in learning more about VMworld, this link is for you.

If you've read enough, and you're ready to register, well THIS link is for you.

Hope to see you in San Francisco! And thanks for reading the #eager0.