No #VMworld session for me.

For some reason I’m not really sad about not getting selected to do a session at VMworld. I’m sure it would have been an amazing experience to talk in front of 5-600 people, but I have to admit, it was also a bit intimidating 🙂

I’ve seen a lot of angry and disappointed tweets from other people who didn’t their sessions accepted, but Chin Up, even Duncan had his 3 sessions declined.

It does make my VMworld a lot more free. I can attend all the sessions I want to see and take labs when I please, so as stated above, not disappointed at all.

VMware said at the “Call for papers” site that only 1 in 4 sessions got accepted, so seeing 4 danes applying for a session, one could expect at least 1 made it through. But alas none of the danish sessions were accepted.

I hope to be able to do a presentation at the VMUG in Jutland, but I haven’t been able to find the date yet, so I can’t say for certain that I will be able.

Looking forward to seeing you all in San Francisco!

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