Over the last few days I’ve seen some chatting on Twitter about personal brand. I was very surprised by how many folks had a rather negative view of what it means to create and be proud of a personal brand. Perhaps my connotation is different than others, but let’s stop for a moment and think
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Imagine that feeling of the first ever OpenStack Day in Canada. You can experience it first hand right in the heart of beautiful Montreal, Quebec on November 22nd. I know that I will be there, so now is your chance to come join in the community goodness and learn about all things OpenStack and more!
Following on my earlier article, I wanted to cover a few more things about the VMworld event this year in Las Vegas. For the deeper technical announcements and some great overall event coverage, I recommend these blogs that are well worth the read: WRITTEN GOODNESS: Rene Van Den Bedem: https://vcdx133.com/?s=vmworld Julian Wood: http://www.wooditwork.com/?s=vmworld Dee Abson:
Throughout the last few years, I’m continuously being reminded of what makes me thoroughly enjoy the jobs that I do. I make a point of surrounding myself with people who are passionate about their work, and about their community. That can be technology, music, photography, or any of an array of different interests that we
One of the most common incorrect associations we see in the IT industry is that an open source project is vendor-agnostic. It is a false equivalence which can be something that really confuses what the open source ecosystem is all about. I don’t like to sound negative on some company’s approaches to using open platforms,
Nothing can express how grateful and humbled I am that my little writing project has turned into something that has become a daily read for many folks out on in the community. To paraphrase the Rifleman’s Creed: This is my blog. There are many like it, but this one is mine. There are lots of