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Monthly Archives: September 2015

So the week of VMworld has passed, and I’ve had a great week again. But looking back at the week, it has been more about the networking and talking to other costumers, about their experiences with using VMWare products, than it has been about huge announcements from VMware. And that kinda feels weird. We knew already that vSphere 6.0 U1 would be after VMWorld, but I would still have expected something big…. Read More

Again this year after collecting a ton of T-shirts many of which I don’t want to wear, I’ve decided to give them away to the homeless people in San Francisco. Same goes for the big amount of Drinking Canteens I’ve collected. And I must say, its somewhat harder to actually get them to accept gifts if you approach them instead of the other way around.But once you do get them to accept… Read More

The Second part of this series is up with T-shirts from New Horizons, Springpath, Zert0, OneNeck and Thinprint. Name : New Horizons Model: C-port 100% Preshrunk Cotton Size: CL Quality: The Quality of this shirt feels good too, a bit too thick but that ensures durability. I like the Pre-shrunk ones, as they don’t warp as much when washed. Print: The Front has a big I’m all about that upgrade amidst a list of a bunch… Read More

So once again VMWorld is on, and I’ve been around the Solutions Exchange once to collect T-shirts. There are probably quite a few that I didn’t get, so feel free to tweet me new ones. Name: VMWorld 2015 Official T-shirt Model: Hanes Tagless 100% Preshrunk Cotton Size: XXL Quality: Once again VMware does use a very nice quality shirt, that feels soft and looks like it can withstand quite a few washings. Print:… Read More

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