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Virtualization, Cloud, Infrastructure and all that stuff in-between

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Register for VMworld sessions ASAP or miss out

This year VMware are enforcing session registration for VMworld, my understanding is that if you don’t register and a session is full, you wont get in!!

this is a good thing IMHO, in previous years there have been long queues (although I hope they have better badge-scanners than in the past, otherwise there are mad queues!) and this has led to missed sessions, but the downside is that you’ll need to book, pay for and plan out your schedule early on.

So, to avoid missing out logon to the portal at http://www.vmworld.com and choose schedule builder – it’s pretty quick to do.

I have completed my registrations this evening but I’ve also seen a couple of sessions that are “sold-out” already, so get in quick!

 

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3 responses to “Register for VMworld sessions ASAP or miss out

  1. Ron Davis July 20, 2011 at 9:56 pm

    I second this.
    In 2009 I registered a couple weeks before the conference, and literally could not register for a single session on one of the days. Every session was fully booked.
    Some sessions are already booked for this year.

  2. Marcel van den Berg July 21, 2011 at 9:10 am

    The registration for each session you are interested in, has a purpose for VMware to determine the room for the session. So I guess (an hope) that a session which is now already sold out will be re-located to another room.

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