APAC Virtual Podcast – Call for Guests

My blogs been a bit quiet this last month, I’ve really wanted to put more into this but time isn’t always on your side, especially when juggling Work, Family and other commitments.

Talking of other commitments I’ve been helping my friend Alastair Cooke (@DemitasseNZ) out by hosting the APACVirtual podcast.

http://APACvirtual.com

The main purpose of this post is to ask anyone who can make the APACVirtual Podcast timezone to reach out and get in touch with me to come on the show as a guest!

I’ve hosted the last three (3) episodes while Alastair has been busy sorting vBrownbag out with VMworld techtalks and all the good things done with Cody Bunch /  ProfessionalVMware.

If you’re looking at doing a VMware certification I cannot stress enough how much I recommend the vBrownbag guys, they’ve covered VCP, both the VCAP’s and are currently covering the new VCP-IAAS certification.

http://professionalvmware.com/

Here are the titles of the the episodes I’ve hosted: –

 

You can book your next live session on talkshoe: –

http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/tscmd/tc/75046

Or you can also subscribe to the iTunes feed: –

http://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/apac-virtualization-roundtable/id354097519?mt=2

I promise you won’t be disappointed!

I’ll also be at vForum Sydney (14-15 November) this year, I’ve got some great ‘catchups’ lined up with some interesting leaders in our technology community (watch this space).

I’ll also be manning the VMUG booth, so please visit the VMUG booth and make sure you join the community!

Or maybe I’ll see you at VMDownUnderground, I’ll be on the door so please say hello!

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