Countdown to VMworld

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It is finally that time.  That time has finally arrived. It is Sunday night and tomorrow I begin my travels to VMworld 2018, and before this event I wanted to make a quick post about some of the things that will be going on.  The last time I was able to attend was 2016 which was my first and only time. I went in not knowing many people, but through the vExpert program and the vCommunity I was able to meet a lot of great people.

This year there is going to be a lot of great things coming from the event, and The Level Up project is one that is really important to me.  It is a great way to get more active in the vCommunity.  Check out the twitter here.

I will also be attending Tech Field Day VMworld this year.  It will be going on Monday through Wednesday .  The sessions that I will be in attendance will be on Tuesday with Dell EMC, and then on Wednesday Blue Medora, Netscout and Barefoot Networks. Make sure to check it out here.  There will be a lot of content that you will not want to miss out on.

Remember that this week will be a great time to go to some sessions and learn a few new things, but the real value from this conference is the networking.  Make sure to take the time and meet new people and be an active part of the vCommunity.  So if you see me please say hi.  Maybe we can grab a beer and talk about everything going on.  And I hope that I will…

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Nutanix .NEXT Europe

Nutanix .NEXT is coming up soon on November 27-29 in London.  I was lucky enough to make it to .NEXT in New Orleans this year and it was a great experience.  It was great meeting up with Paul Woodward and Ken Nalbone.  Maybe one of these years I will also be able to attend the one in Europe.

The sessions at .NEXT are top notch and can cover a wide variety of subject, and there is something there for everyone.  If you are planning on getting your NPX anytime soon. there usually is a NPX boot camp the week before the conference.  It does mean a lot of time away from home, but is well worth it. The number one reason to attend any conference is for the networking with your peers.  Over the years I have met many great people that has helped grow my career and create new friendships.  So if you get a chance do what you can to attend.  You will not regret it.

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