What is top of mind for you when you think of VMworld? (yes, some are meant to be ironic)
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My favorite part is talking with customers and Ops Man users that have suggestions for improvement.
The session are awesome
Everything, take it all in.
The sessions are always good but I also appreciate to visit the Exhibition Area and speak about new exciting technology,
As a VMUG Leader, I really enjoy the Solutions Exchange as I get to connect with different vendors and find new sponsors for my local group meetings.
I'm actually a huge fan of the Solutions Exchange, Expo Hall. I love meeting vendors in the ecosystem and getting a one on one experience. In general, I love the networking. With vendors, partners, fellow media people and friends.
Labs, Sessions, the food, the parties, and the people.
Visiting the VMTurbo booth and being asked to get on camera! You guys do some wacky stuff there.
All the vendors in one place. One on one sessions are great as well.
Watching it from live stream...
New products - new technologies
Vendor Swag is a close 2nd
When I get to go - missing it this year due to conflicts
Community lounge, swag and free books and beer oh and the opportunity to buy in the VMware Store (books and clothes)
Sessions, Swag and free books
Labs, Session and Turbonomic booth!!!
Labs and sessions
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All the people. Love to catch up with people.
Vendor sessions and swag are best parts...dare I say the out office status in OWA
las vegas, a lot of things to do.
Technology Booths that gives a lot of information about latest Trends in Infomation technology
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The discussions in the booths and listening to every other persons similar discussions
I got way more value out of talking to vendor engineers at the booths than I did out of any of the "learning sessions", but that's just me. The vendor social events are the best part, definitely. I can have every vendor in my office every week to give me a tech briefing if I need, but I can't have them throw me party at banging Las Vegas clubs. :-)
Seeing all the latest technologies, meeting with new people, and talking with customers.
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