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VMworld 2016 – It’s ALL Coming Together

VMworld 2016 – It’s ALL Coming Together

Happy Friday fellow vBrisketeers! In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months or maybe you’re not as active in the IT Community as you should be, we here @vBrisket are planning a really awesome set of events all tying to VMworld 2016. PART I The 2 week extravaganza will begin as a bus ride starting in Chicago on Tuesday, August 23rd and wrap up in Vegas on Saturday,... »

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.... »

A recommitment to the community

A few weeks ago the Western PA VMUG leaders decided to get together and talk about our local group and things that we each were concerned about.  The leadership team consists of Eric Kubla, David Hewett, Thomas Higgins, Eric Pond and myself with Alex Musicante being our primary contact with VMware (he was also a a very dedicated leader before working for VMware). We needed to discuss the upcoming ... »

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