Gabe Maentz's Posts

Free VMworld Pass & vBrisket Bus Ride

If you are still considering attending VMworld 2016 and have not secured a ticket or transportation – well you are in luck.  vBrisket is very excited to announce that DataGravity is providing an opportunity for all virtualization community members to win an all access passes to VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas.  How cool is that!!!!  Yes you can still go to VMworld 2016.   Enter NOW to win you... »

vBrisket Bus Tour to VMworld 2016

Looking for travel plans to VMworld 2016?  Looking to engage with some of the virtualization community’s best and brightest on their home turf? Are you a fan of BBQ?  Well, we might just have something to peek your interest. Announcing the vBrisket Bus Tour to VMworld 2016 The vBrisket community has been busy planning a once in a lifetime opportunity to join your fellow virtualization commun... »

Cincy VMUG Recap

Working in a pre-sales technical role affords me a lot of opportunity to travel and attend conferences – something I really enjoy.  The ‘responsibilities’ however of working as a vendor during these conferences has a direct impact on how you consume, participate and engage at these conferences.  My friend Gabriel Chapman has a nice write up of his experiences attending VMWorld as... »

My Homework – GitHub and PowerShell

Beware….it turns out when you go to a local VMUG, you might be assigned homework.  This turned out to be the case for me a couple of weeks ago while attending the Louisville VMUG.  During his ‘Automating the Next Generation DC’ session, Josh Atwell assigned all attendees some homework: Establish a GitHub login, build a repository, download the GitHub desktop and commit some work.... »

Making the Time

Time Management is something that I have always thought of myself being pretty good at.  Turns out I suck. How did I come to this realization?  After many years of implementing time management best practices including GTD, Notecards, Lists, Monthly Priority Schedules, etc. – I still find that I just have got way to much stuff I want to do, and many times I don’t focus on the important ... »

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