Virtual Insider

Blog archive

Your Thoughts Are Valuable -- And Might Win You a Free Pass to Citrix Synergy 2013

Citrix has given me a free full pass to Citrix Synergy, the company's conference taking place in Anaheim, Calif. from May 21-24 (travel and accommodations are NOT included). I can give it away without any restrictions, but to make it interesting, how about we run a contest? Here's what you need to do to enter:

  • Comment on this blog and tell me how the articles that I have written on Virtualization Review have helped you in your Citrix career.
  • Comment on this blog if you attended my Synergy 2012 session on best practices for running XenDesktop on VMware vSphere; tell me what tips you used from that session (if any) that were helpful to you.
  • Post a comment on the TrainSignal Web site, telling me how you used my video training to get certified, get ahead, or simply get better at administering your Citrix environment.

You can also tweet a comment on the above to me @ekhnaser -- make sure you include the hashtag #citrixSynergy in order to qualify.

If you have never been to Citrix Synergy now is your chance to participate in this first-class conference of truly "elites" when it comes to Cloud and mobility. This is also a wonderful time to network, make new acquaintances, learn from peers and gather information on new products and services from the ecosystem of vendors that surround Citrix.

You will also find that the sessions at Synergy are also very educational and informative. You certainly don't want to miss out on the Geek Speak sessions that are typically run by the CTPs -- those are always fun times and very informative.

You have until Monday April 8, 2013, after which I will be selecting either the best tweet or the best comment. I am trying to get a winner chosen so that you have ample time to register for the labs, which fill up pretty quickly.

Posted by Elias Khnaser on 04/03/2013 at 12:49 PM


Featured

Virtualization Review

Sign up for our newsletter.

I agree to this site's Privacy Policy.