Posts Tagged ‘VMworld’

Why the Overall User Experience Extends Beyond the Application

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Solving problems is why I initially started my career as a software developer; the thought of solving a problem by directly developing/coding something that thousands of people would use was extremely appealing to me; there was also a lot of creativity that went into this. I remember at that time one of the hottest technologies was Java and J2EE which is also what I was working quite a bit on in the those days. (more…)

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Network Virtualization with VMware NSX Dominates VMworld 2013

Friday, October 25th, 2013

VMworld 2013 in San Francisco

VMworld 2013 in San Francisco


I’ve been meaning to write this blog for some time now as VMworld 2013 ended in San Francisco in late August. However, as VMworld just eneded in Barcelona, Spain last week, I guess it’s still not too late. I have to say out of all the tech events/conferences I attend, VMworld 2013 is definitely one of the most informative and beneficial. With an agenda filled with back-to-back speaker sessions, hands-on-labs, discussions on the solutions exchange expo floor, networking opportunities, and informal after-hour events, VMworld has catapulted to a must-go-to event for those in the high tech industry of networking, systems, and Enterprise/Datacenter infrastructure. (more…)

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