First of all, a reminder that #Blogtober 2018 is ongoing and you still have until today to register! Matt Heldstab’s annual call for people to stop slacking and put thoughts to paper is an awesome thing and yes you should participate. Read more about it here: http://tcwd.net/vblog/2018/09/03/blogtober-2018-tech-edition-its-baaack/. It’s not even about the gift cards, it’s just that extra push to share more of who you are, what you like and what you do as part of the #vCommunity
Welcome to #Blogtober 2018! If you haven’t noticed yet, Matt Heldstab’s annual call for people to stop slacking and put thoughts to paper is alive! Read more about it here: http://tcwd.net/vblog/2018/09/03/blogtober-2018-tech-edition-its-baaack/ There’s still ample time to register, so just do it k? Today is a short entry, but a time sensitive one. We have two free events, one multi-city and one virtual next week. Most importantly, the multi-city comes to my hometown Pittsburgh this Wednesday.
Hello hello :) As the biggest party in my calendar year is upon us, I wanted to make a “100% true to everything I want to do” public google calendar, but I also feel like there’s some things I’d like to write in a blog post and point out that may help anyone reading this. My public calendar has about everything I have planned and can be found here: https://sites.google.com/site/arielsanchezmora/home/calendar
Hello again! This is a post for me to state that I’m happy! We got 6, yes SIX people to come today :) Jean-Pierre Nsanzabera Matt Puthoff John Devine Carl Capozza Thomas Higgins You can find pictures with the #PGHLittleHack hashtag, and you can read more about it in Carl’s blog and the post in vbrownbag.com. To attend and be involved / notified of future ones, give us a shout out in Twitter!
Hi everyone, happy end of April! I’ve just created a new repo and uploaded the presentations for the VMUG UserCons that sponsored me as a vCommunity speaker. You can find them here: https://github.com/arielsanchezmora/VMUG-Talks Best,
Hi everyone, happy middle of April! I recently heard from Brant Scalan (@fatpacketon twitter) that he and John Whitman (@VCDX226) are running a SDDC Roadshow coming up in 8 mayor cities in the month of May. It brought me memories of when I went to my first VMworld roadshow, and how great it was - this was ages ago, before I had even gone to a VMUG! What I really love about these events is that they are organized as a workshop focused on one topic, and it’s basically a full day agenda.
Hi everyone, happy April! These past weeks several VMUG leaders were greeted with the news that they had been selected for the VMworld session private voting panel. I voted on this panel when I was a leader and I really enjoyed being able to read all submissions and influence my point of view into the final “menu”. By the way, the voting time has even been extended to April 13th!
Hi everyone, happy February! This February 27 we will have a most fabulous Pittsburgh UserCon, where a lot of friends from the #vCommunitywill come and we will have a jolly time geeking out on all things VMware. I could go on and on about who’s coming and what the VMUG leaders have prepared, but that will be another post ;) This post is to let you know that tomorrow, February 13, I will be playing with aDell Mixed VR headset, getting it ready so that we can have UserCon attendees play with #VRDCEXat the UserCon.
Hi everyone, happy holidays :) This is a blog post to highlight a new entry in the super cool, so awesome you should read more of it, vBrownbagblog: Meet the expert interviews at @wpvmug and @cincivmug 2017Q4. I really enjoy filming these. There’s so many awesome people in the #vCommunitythat I admire and I’ve met through twitter/VMUG/VMworld/Slack, but almost always don’t have the time and one-to-one focus to really get to know them.
Hi everyone! This is a quick blog post to highlight a new entry in my Learning-in-IT.blogspot.comblog: Installing Fedora 27 on a UEFI-enabled Windows 10 machine with Secure Boot enabled. I hope you find it useful if you are in the same situation. I really think learning Linux/BSD is key to my future in IT, so I’m renewing my efforts to use it as my main OS and for studying for the LFCS exam.