The idea of doing a little blogging first crossed my mind around this time last year. In August 2012, I attended VMworld for the first time ever. That amazing trip was made possible by a contest I won, thanks to vExpert Greg Stuart, a panel of judges, and a few generous sponsors. For those that are looking for a way to get to VMworld, I encourage you in the future to keep an eye on social media and websites like vdestination.com. Don’t pass up the chance to enter these contests, because after all, if I can win, so can you!
If you’re interested in reading about that experience from last year, here are some links:
During the conference, I was able to meet quite a few bloggers/vExperts in the VMware community and talk with them. It was great being able to share and learn from others working with virtualization and server infrastructure. That trip inspired me, and after almost a year, I decided it was time to join the online blogging community. I’ll be writing about my experiences with virtualization, servers, and…since this is my personal blog, whatever else I find is blog worthy. Like many others with personal tech blogs, I’m hoping one of my posts will save someone the time it took for me to find a resolution to a technical issue. If nothing else, it will be great to have my own personalized tech knowledgebase available, whenever I need it. Don’t hesitate to leave a comment or give feedback on a post. Keep comments polite, no trolls or IT snobbery please – ain’t nobody got time for that! Welcome all, and thanks for reading.