Headed to Tech-Ed 200813 May 2008 · Filed in General
Well, it’s official—I’m headed to Tech-Ed 2008 in Orlando, Florida, in early June! Microsoft was kind enough to offer me a complimentary “Press Pass” to attend, and since I was going to be in Orlando around that time anyway on vacation, I shuffled some things around to make it happen. I plan on using the time to gather as much information as possible about Hyper-V, SCVMM 2008, and related technologies. Rest assured that as much of that information as possible will find its way here.
The free “Press Pass” from Microsoft must mean a couple of things:
- Prominent bloggers are apparently considered members of the press.
- I must be a prominent blogger. (Woo hoo!)
This will mark my second conference of the year; the first was VMware Partner Exchange 2008 in San Diego last week (my summary of the event is found here). Of course, then we have the “big daddy” of virtualization events later in the year in Las Vegas: VMworld 2008. I haven’t registered yet—I know, I really should register. But since Microsoft was kind enough to provide a free Press Pass to their event, I was kind of hoping VMware would offer a free Press Pass to VMworld as well. So, VMware, what do you think?Tags: HyperV · Microsoft · Travel · VMware · Virtualization Previous Post: Great Article on HP Fibre Channel VirtualConnect Next Post: Switching to the Mac