VMware PEX 2010 Kicks Off Today In The Cloudy Las Vegas

Today is the first day of VMware Partner Exchange. According to a company news,

VMware Partner Exchange 2010 Kicks Off With Record-breaking 2,600+ Attendees, 55 Sponsors and 45 Countries Represented

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Third Annual Event Grows More than 60 Percent Year over Year; VMware Continues to Invest in Solution Competencies, Partner University and Education to Help Partners Deliver Virtualization Solutions to Customers on the Journey to Cloud Computing

I just arrived Las Vegas and checked in Mandalay Bay hotel. The weather is pretty cloudy, and you can see quite a different Las Vegas under the cloud than in the strong sunlight.

Besides my duties at the event as a speaker, instructor, and expert in genius bar/SDK BOF, I will blog exciting stuffs happening here at the PEX. Stay tuned by subscribing here.

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