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London VMUG - April 25th 2013
Registration for the second London VMUG of the year is open. As usual, it will be at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (33 Queen Street, London, EC4R 1AP) between 8:30 and 17:00 and there will be vBeers afterwards. The sponsors for this event are VMTurbo, Nimble
VMware - Changes At The Top
Following on from VMware CTO Steve Herrod's announcement that he is to leave his role [http://cto.vmware.com/transition-in-our-industry-and-for-me/], I joked on twitter that this was actually a response to the prospect of being accosted by Gregg Robertson and Darren Woollard at VMworld [http://www.vspecialist.co.uk/vmworld-europe-2012-day-1/
First London VMUG of 2013 - Register Now!
[http://www.vmug.com/e/in/eid=695] You know that I love my VMUGs. They're great events that offer plenty of opportunities to meet new people, network, learn a thing or two and – best of all – they're free to attend! Thursday 24th January 2013 see's this year's first London
UKVMUG - 15/11/2012
[https://blog.v12n.io/content/images/wordpress/2012/10/screenshot276.png]The first UK-wide VMUG event went so well last year that it's on again this year. Once again it's on at the National Motorcycle Museum just outside Solihull (nr. Birmingham). National Motorcycle Museum Coventry Road Bickenhill, Solihull, West Mids,
UKVMUG 2012 Call for Papers
As the days get shorter, colder and wetter (is that actually possible this year?) it means that November is drawing nearer and that heralds the next UKVMUG in Solihull. The UKVMUG is the country's VMware and Virtualisation community conference held annually and this it's year on November 15th. Put the
UKVMUG - There's Still Time (03/11/2011)!
Next week sees the UK's first national VMUG taking place and there's still time to register for it. For anyone who hasn't been to one before, VMUGs (VMware User Groups or Virtual Machine User Groups depending on who you ask) are regular meetings of virtualisation users held around the world.
UK VMUG: A Date for your Diaries!
[https://blog.v12n.io/content/images/wordpress/2011/08/screenshot43.png]For several years now I have been a fairly regular attender of the London VMware User Group (VMUG) here in the UK. They're a fantatsic opportunity to meet other people who: * Work in the virtualisation space (and usually share