When I started blogging I would have never believed that I would say this. This is a sponsored post. No no, I am not making money by writing this, but I was gifted with a VMworld blogger pass for Las Vegas. I’m really grateful for this opportunity and I can assure that this post would have been exactly the same if I didn’t received the ticket.
People knowing me better (and understanding what I am actually doing) know that I am very excited going to #VMworld. With the following post I try to give you some reasons why I love it & why VMworld is a great event and foundation to develop yourself a little further (it’s all about personal development, isn’t it?!)
If it’s your first time visiting VMware’s US event I think you will be able to extract some useful information to gain a maximum benefit out of it.
VMworld 2015 is over and I still haven’t processed all the experiences, information, talks. Nevertheless I have processed all of the small videoclips I made during #VMworld with my iPhone.
Some people might know that I always like to create small videos (you find them on youtube as well) of the awesome trips,travels and journeys I am on. It is great to have a short summary of some experiences a few years later and therefore I did the same with the VMworld material I created during the last days.
I hope you enjoy it and hope to see a lot of the guys I met during this VMworld next year again (in Las Vegas & Barcelona).
This is the first article on my new VMware and virtualization related blog vLenzker. In the last years I blogged exclusively with Mathias Ewald on vxpertise.net. After many hacks on our blog (and the loss of multiple articles) I decided to start again from scratch and use my traditional nickname as the name for my blog.
The topics and content will remain pretty much the same. I will try to explain problems, facts, solutions I observe during my daily doings as an independent VMware consultant and instructor. Anyway my first blog post will be a non-technical related one. VMworld Barcelona is just around the corner and I want to give some advice for those of you who might visit this brilliant city and event for the first time.