i have a tiny camera called a Narrative Clip that I use to help me capture memorable moments at the events I attend, it captures so lovely but low resolution natural moments that would otherwise go missed. Below is a collection of images from todays BriForum in London.
Sorry if I haven’t captured your best side ;)
\Morning all, for the next couple of days I will be at Briforum taking place in London, for the first time I will also be presenting alongside Andrew Wood of Atlantis Computing.
Whilst at the event I will be tweeting live from my twitter account @virtualisedreal, I will also be creating my doodles (If technology allows) and putting them on my blog / twitter as I did last year. I also will be using my Narrative Clip to grab some Barry eye view shots of my experience at the event, see my first shots below. Check back to this blog post for more content from today.
If you are at the event grab me and say hello, I look forward to meeting you.
Brian Madden’s State of the Industry Keynote – My doodle
More Narrative Clip Images
For my 4th year I will be attending BriForum in London, I love BriForum for the focus on the EUC content from the community. Thanks to Andrew Wood for suggesting I submit a session, I have for the first time got a session along side Andrew on a subject close to our hearts, focusing on the user!
We invite you for an interactive session where we will discuss an EUC project lifecycle, but instead of focusing on the technology we will focus on the business, the user and the administrator. We will have live polls, Q&A and prizes so be sure to join us.
As ever I will be doodling whilst attending as I did last year. I hope to be catching up with the eucpodcast.com crew and many of you at the event!
Peter von Oven and I recorded this video a couple of months ago, we discuss the challenges that are often overlooked when discussing end user computing within a business. We discuss much more than VDI and focus on the need for change and the considerations that should be given.
I hope you enjoy.
Over the last 9 months I have been working with Peter von Oven from VMware on an updated VMware Horizon book, which I am pleased to say is now released. The book aims to walk you through the architecting of VMware Horizon 6.1, talk about the design considerations of building an End User Computing solution before walking your through the implementation of Horizon View and more.
The book has been published by Packt publishing who were fantastic at supporting Peter and I through this process.
If you have bought a copy I would love to see some selfies on twitter with the book #eucbook
You can purchase a copy of the book in digital or ebook format from Amazon or all other good bookshops :)
It’s that time of the year again for people to vote for their top vBlogs of 2015.
This year Eric Siebert has a sponsor on board, so many thanks from the community to inifnio.
Head on over to vSphere Land at the link below and cast your vote for your favourite blog of 2015.
If you have enjoyed reading my blog or my doodles from events etc please consider a vote for virtualised reality.