It’s great to welcome back another regular TechTalk sponsor, Dell Technologies, supporting the community-generated technical content that we want at VMware Explore. It is also almost the last day to submit your TechTalk session using this form.
I am delighted to have Runecast as the latest sponsor of the TechTalks. I have known the Runecast team for quite a few years and it has been great to see both the team and the product grow over the years. You can even find a white paper I wrote for them when the product[…]
I’m delighted to announce the first sponsor of the vBrownBag TechTalks, no surprise since Veeam was our first sponsor when the podcast was first started. We also have a submission deadline, your TechTalk session needs to be submitted using <this form> before May 20th in order to be listed in the VMware Explore session catalog.
VMworld this year will be a “hybrid” event, with a return to an in-person conference and retaining the online attendance option for those unable to attend in-person. The vBrownBag crew will return to the in-person event to produce vBrownBag TechTalks on a stage in the VMware Community area. If you will be at either the[…]
The VMworld team would like your TechTalk session to be in the Content Catalog when it launches and has set a deadline of the end of June to be part of the Content Catalog at launch. If you have a topic but haven’t submitted it yet, go ahead and submit your session now using this[…]
TLDR: Signup here. Once again we look towards VMworld and want to have the best community and educational content in the vBrownBag TechTalks. vBrownBag TechTalks are brief presentations (12 or 27-minute slots) by community members that help other community members. Most presentations are technical, the audience is definitely technical. We will arrange with you to[…]
It seems that the community is still hard for vendors to include in their conferences & particularly the online replacement for their conferences. The community is my sole reason for going to almost every VMworld event since 2011, so I want to spend time with my community friends at VMworld 2020. With that in mind,[…]
Our plans for TechTalks at VMworld 2020 are getting clearer. There will be a small number of TechTalks in the official VMware event, repeated in each of the three time zones. We will have quite a few more TechTalks than the VMworld team can accommodate, so we will also have a pre-VMworld event. On Monday[…]
Build Day Live has been bringing you live-streamed, hands-on, learning about various vendor’s products for the last three years. But this is 2020, so everything must change. Travel restrictions, particularly for me, mean that we do not expect to be doing Build Day Live events for quite a while. Our new format is more of[…]
Modern times require modern solutions, so vBrownBag has joined a 15-year-old platform. You can now find vBrownBag on Reddit at https://www.reddit.com/r/vBrownBag/. Our subreddit is a place to talk about vBrownBag episodes and talk with community members. A little like the blogger tables at VMworld, but without the conference noise. We plan to link all new[…]