I used vForum as my testbed for vCatchup as I’d have the opportunity to interview a wide range of people from well know international guests, through to locals who have already began establishing a community presence for themselves.
This next vCatchup is with Nick Marshall who is part of the vBrownBag crew and recently started a role at VMware PSO @nickmarshall9.
I’d like to thank Nick for agreeing to catchup with me and I look forward to seeing him again in 2013.
This is kind of a disclaimer, as these interviews are the beginning of a journey / introductory attempt for me at interviewing. I have previously been the interviewee on a few Chinwags but not a one-on-one interviewer, my only other experience as an interviewer has been hosting the APACVirtual podcast, so please join me on this road (I’ll get better, I promise).
Enjoy the conversation and please provide some feedback!
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Also, here are a list of the questions we discussed:
- Tell me about your vForum experiences past and present, why are you attending vForum 2012?
- For you what was the most exciting announcement at VMworld, what single piece of tech has go you all passionate?
- I understand you attended the Sydney VMUG, tell me about your commitment to supporting the VMware User Group / community and what it means to you personally?
- I’ve been asking everyone i talk to this question. what is your opinion on the SDDC? How does it compare to Cloud? VMware won’t be able to recruit network and storage like they have with compute, how do you see these markets developing and how will this impact our ecosystem?
- Tell us about your home lab, do you ‘get your hands on the tools’?
- Can you tell me what’s coming up with the Autolab and where do you see it leading?
I’ll be releasing more vCatchup content over the coming weeks, look out for these and please spread the good vCatchup word!
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