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vExpert Top Tips for VMworld — #vSANChat

Look out VMworld, we’re coming for you! Yesterday, three of our esteemed vExperts joined us for our very first #vSANChat on Twitter! VMworld veterans and 2018 vExperts, Aaron Buley, Tony Reeves, and Matt Callaway set the stage for success. Topics covered included successful networking techniques, hot sessions, and more!

The main highlights? All of the best advice for this year’s VMworld! Check out the top four key takeaways from our hour-long chat and stay tuned for the next #vSANchat!  

VMworld #vSANchat Top Four Key Takeaways

 

1. Don’t be shy. NETWORK!

Don’t wait until the evening parties to network and introduce yourself to new friends and colleagues! VMworld is the perfect place to expand your circle and meet new people. Take advantage of each day, you never know who you might meet and what you might learn. 

 

2. Add these sessions to your radar and PLAN out your days.

As they say, failing to plan is like planning to fail so make sure you build out those schedules. From the keynote to the always-popular technical customer panel and hands-on labs, events fill up fast, so register now!

 

3. Find a vExpert, gain some knowledge!

Our vExperts at VMworld are leading sessions, speaking on panels, and spending time in the HCI Zone. Come say hello and introduce yourself!

 

4. Have some FUN!

This week is the place to meet your people! We’re all here to learn, network, and have fun. Also, spoiler alert — Captain America, Captain Canuck and Captain vSAN may be present!

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VMworld #vSANchat Wrap-Up

Overall we had a great Tweet Chat getting ready for VMworld! If you haven’t yet, reserve your spot for keynote, Innovating Beyond HCI: How VMware is Driving the Next Data Center Revolution. A big thank you to our vExperts and everyone who joined us live for the #vSANchat.

We look forward to seeing you at the HCI Zone at VMworld!

 

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