Planning for TechMentor Virtualization Track
This year, I again have the honor of presenting at TechMentor in Orlando. There are six main tracks in the event: Windows Client/Server, Exchange/SharePoint/Unified Communications, remote users, security, Windows PowerShell and virtualization. For the virtualization track, I will be hosting four sessions:
Along with the other presenters, we'll be delivering 13 sessions in the virtualization track. We will be covering primarily VMware and Microsoft virtualization offerings, and strive to focus on giving you what you need to do your job. The other tracks provide a great rounding out of a TechMentor event, as we all have to do a little bit of everything else as well, it seems.
In January, I will be putting together the material for these four sessions. If you are not familiar with TechMentor, take some time to look into the program. TechMentor is a great way to get into details about topics that are relevant to your roles to get results.
The event is more accessible than other events, as you can have lunch with the presenters as well as ask questions without the burden of a staunch vendor-based influence. Don't get me wrong, as I still like VMworld, but TechMentor is a much less hectic and more cozy experience for attendees.
Do you plan on attending TechMentor? If so drop a note below and I'll make sure to find you there and say hello.
Posted by Rick Vanover on 01/12/2010 at 12:47 PM