VMTN: Ask the Experts session confirmed for VMworld Europe 2009

February 12th, 2009 by jason Leave a reply »

With permission to borrow much of Tom Howarth’s announcement, it gives me great pleasure to proclaim the VMTN: Ask the Experts session has been confirmed for VMworld Europe 2009. Come and see us in the community lounge during the following dates and times:

– Tuesday the 24th – 1:00 – 2:00 – community lounge
– Wednesday the 25th – 1:00 – 2:00 – community lounge

You will be able to meet VMTN community members, moderators, bloggers, and book authors and ask the most difficult questions on virtualization topics you can think of or discuss a success or issue with your environment.

I can’t guarantee we will be able to answer all questions, but we will try hard! At VMworld 2008 the VMTN panel even managed to answer a question the VMware staff at the Genius bar could not.

Panelists (in no particular order):

duncan Duncan Epping, – VMware Senior Consultant and owner of Yellow-Bricks
gabrie Gabrie van Zanten, – Owner of gabesvirtualworld
jason Jason Boche, – VMTN Moderator, Minneapolis Area VMUG president, and owner of Boche.net
alan Alan Renouf, – Powershell Enthusiast
steve Steve Beaver, – Tripwire, VMTN Moderator, Published Author, and contributor to Virtual Black Hole
scott Scott Herold, – Quest, owner of VMGuru.com and accomplished Author
thomas Thomas Bryant, – Vizioncore and VMTN Moderator
vitoolkit Wil van Antwerpen, – owner of vi-toolkit.com
eric Eric Sloof, – VMware trainer and owner of ntpro.nl
tom Tom Howarth, – VMTN Moderator and owner of PlanetVM

We hope to see you there! (special thanks go out to the fellows who had a hand in making this happen: Richard Garsthagen, Tom Howarth, Duncan Epping, and anyone else I may have missed.)


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  1. Duncan says:

    Jason, could you change that to “Senior Consultant”… 🙂

  2. Alan Renouf says:

    Jason, thanks for the Guru status but I prefer Enthusiast 🙂

  3. Thomas bryant says:

    Can you change the name to Vizioncore? There is no capital C in the name.

  4. jason says:

    Done! I knew that but I think that was a copy/paste job from Tom Howarth’s post.