Nordic VMUG Conference 2018

My good friends, and fellow VMUGgers, in Denmark is once again arranging the largest VMUG event in the Nordics in January 2018.

The Nordic VMUG Conference promises to be just as awesome as previous versions, just have a look at this speaker list:

  • Opening Keynote: Kit Colbert
  • Breakout sessions: Ole Agesen, Duncan Epping, Myles Gray, Frank Denneman, Niels Hagoort, Grant Orchard and Joerg Lew
  • Closing Keynote: Ken Westin

Community Sessions:

  • Michael Armstrong – A sneak peak behind the scenes of running the VMworld Hands On Labs
  • Steffen Christensen – From The Field: Most Common vRA/vRO Use Cases from The Real World.
  • Thomas Poppelgaard – Horizon in Azure all you need to know
  • Johan van Amersfoort – VMware Workspace ONE: How to secure a workplace without consessions?
  • Jacob Styrup Bang – A bottom up presentation of Aarhus University’s new SDDC.
  • Michael Monberg – Tips & Tricks in vRops
  • Mads Fog Albrechtslund – Create scalable and reusable code in vRealize Orchestrator
  • Stefan Pahrmann – NSX micro segmenting in the real World
  • Simon Eady – Roundtable: vROps Clinic / Workshop
    Come and discuss all things vROps. Design, Alerts, policies etc.

Startup Session:

  • Per Buer – IncludeOS

In addition to the incredible list of speakers, the Danish VMUG has reserved the whole of the Fields movie theater, for this all-day event which promises to be full-on awesome in every way.

Reserve January 11th, and register now! I can guarantee you won’t regret it!

Awesome Talks: Scott Hanselman – “It’s not what you read, it’s what you ignore”

This is the second recorded talk published in the Awesome Talks series. This time it’s Scott Hanselman’s “It’s not what you read, it’s what you ignore” talk from Dev Day in Kraków way back in 2012.

This isn’t a technical talk, it’s originally geared towards developers but Scott’s message should resonate with everyone in the tech field. In general, it’s about how you can deal with large amounts of information. Lot’s of great takeaways here!

Enjoy!

BTW: Hey, Scott did not suck that much.