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I’m pleased to announce that I have been chosen to present at BriForum Chicago in June, I’ll be delivering an updated version of my v.T.A.R.D.I.S session (original Blog post here and here) and general home-lab geekiness.
If you’ve not heard about BriForum before, it’s run by Brian Madden and has been running for a number of years – I went to the last European event in 2007 and in fact this blog was created during one of the lunch breaks, so it’s a great honour to be invited to attend and present! I can honestly say I found BriForum to be one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended, its more like a super user-group meeting but with sessions from the top talent in the SBC and desktop virtualization business and no vendorspam/bias – it’s definitely warts ‘n all!
You can see more details of the current session list here and early-bird discounted registration is running until April 2nd – they even offer a money-back guarantee, so you can’t go wrong!
Now, I need to find a way to transport the v.T.A.R.D.I.S on a plane without getting it impounded 🙂
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