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The Lucky iPad Raffle Winner – VMworld Tech Exchange

Folks,

Just a note about our iPad raffle in case you did not catch it when you visited our website. We plan on raffling off a very cool iPad (1 per day, 1 per person) during Tech Exchange event.

This is great but you might ask what makes this iPad unique ? The iPad will be pre-loaded with select sessions from the Tech Exchange event. This means you will be the first person on earth to get access to the events sessions – making you the most popular person on your flight home.

What you need do to in order to win.

1. Register for Technology Exchange

2. Complete the Session Surveys

3. End of each day we will be announcing winners. Winners must be present to win.

So how do I know if I won ?

We will call you on your mobile phone, we will announce it on our blogs and twitter accounts. So please book market them and follow us.  VMware Developer Blog, @VMDeveloperday

Ipad 

Please note this raffle is not for anyone who has an email address that ends with "vmware.com" 😉

VMworld Tech Exchange Spring into the Cloud Session – Update with BIO

Folks,

I thought I would highlight one of our most exciting SpringSource sessions for Technology Exchange. This is a great session as it provides a great overview of the Java Cloud Computing environment by THE EXPERT. This is ideal if you are building both Java and Infrastructure management applications. Register Today

Hope to see you there.

Pablo Roesch

Spring into the Cloud: Understanding Spring as a Cloud Application Development Platform

About Chris Richardson if you do not already know him. Also see his Bio below. 

Crichardson

ID: ADD-02
Level: Beginner
This session will provide a brief technical overview of Spring, the most popular enterprise Java development framework, and then will focus on the best practices for Spring-based cloud application development. Using Spring's dependency injection and configuration controls, Spring-based applications can become portable from the developer desktop to the enterprise datacenter and into the cloud. Join the experts from SpringSource to learn how to ensure today's applications are ready for tomorrow's runtime environment.

Speaker: Chris Richardson

AboutChris

Top 5 reasons why you should attend Technology Exchange for Developers @VMworld2010

Here are the top 5 reasons why your boss needs to send you
to our event.

1. vSphere 4.1 APIs has some significant improvements, specifically around the Property Collector and AD authentication. We will have sessions to update you on what has changed, provide best practices when using them and hear from our engineers who have hands on experience working with our APIs.  See our latest sessions added

2. Access to our engineers – ever have a question that you
needed some guidance on but just never got the answer you needed ? Our
engineers will be not only presenting but there will be plenty of opportunities
for questions and answers.

3. Learn about what VMware is doing from an Application
Infrastructure perspective, the latest technology from newly acquired
organizations, including Zimbra, RabbitMQ, Gemstone – all will be here, great opportunity to invite the Application infrastructure guys. 

4. Labs and more labs. We will have Labs on the following
topics vSphere PowerCLI, vSphere Web Services SDK for Java, and for C#, and
vCloud APIs covering our latest SDKs.

5. Cool giveaways, Free Software, Chance to win an iPad,
and a very nice Bag, and a very nice Polo shirt – We have certainly upscale
here since our last event.

Take a look at what Ravi and Adam have to say…

The bottom line:

This event is dedicated to developers building solutions for
the VMware platform. This is a key event that you need to attend to learn about
where we are going and learn about the latest APIs introduced with the newly
released vSphere 4.1 APIs.

Hope to see you there.

Regards,

Pablo Roesch

vSphere SDKs / CLIs Product Marketing

PS. Can you spot the typo in the video ? Be the first and I will gladly buy you a beer at the event.