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Technical Marketing Speaking Engagements – November 2012 – #tmupdate

After I saw Cormac posting his speaking engagements I figured why not do this for the whole team. I made a list for November, if you are in the area make sure to stop by and attend!

Cormac Hogan:

Duncan Epping:

Frank Denneman:

Alan Renouf:

William Lam:

Justin King:

Jeff Hunter:

Mark Achtemichuk:

Jim Senicka:

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Duncan Epping

About Duncan Epping

Duncan Epping is Chief Technologist working for VMware. Main responsibility is exploring new possibilities with existing products and features, researching new business opportunities for VMware. Duncan specializes in Software Defined Storage, hyper-converged infrastructures and business continuity / disaster recovery solutions. Duncan has 3 patents pending on the topic of availability, storage and resource management. He was among the first VMware certified design experts (VCDX 007). He is the co-author of several books, including best seller vSphere 5.1 Clustering Technical Deepdive. He is the owner and main author of the leading virtualization blog yellow-bricks.com.

10 thoughts on “Technical Marketing Speaking Engagements – November 2012 – #tmupdate

  1. Jane Rimmer

    Would just like to give a big shout out to the Technical Marketing Team for their tremendous support of the UK National VMUG, we, the committee REALLY appreciate your outstanding commitment to our event. Thank you!

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