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March, 2012

Last Call for Varrow Madness 2012!

Next week is it!  In case you’ve ignored all my other posts and Tweets Varrow Madness 2012 is next Thursday, March 15th at the Westin in downtown Charlotte.  You can see the full agenda and register by clicking on the logo above.  Do me a favor!  When you register put my name (Jason Nash) as your referral.  We have an internal contest going and I am VERY competitive.

So why should you attend?  Well, it’s a great technical event!  Look at the agenda and I think you’ll see why.  Some highlights (IMHO) include:

  • Chad Sakac from EMC doing the lunch time keynote.  Chad is awesome and always gives a great keynote talking about the future of storage, and not just EMC storage.
  • Jeremiah Cook, one of Varrow’s founders, doing the morning keynote.
  • Cisco UCS labs running four times throughout the day!
  • The most popular EMC labs sponsored by the vSpecialist team
  • David Davis doing a breakout on the top 3 VMware certs and tips.  David always has highly rated sessions at VMworld.
  • Paul Penny of Varrow and myself doing a session on Cloud Strategy for your organization
  • Several customer and vendor panels and discussion breakout sessions.  Make them sweat!
  • Breakouts from EMC, VMware, Cisco, Citrix, RSA, Trend Micro, Unidesk, and more!
  • Happy hour at the end of the day!  Note:  I, once again this year, pushed for beer at noon but was over ruled.  Put that on your comment card.

One of my goals with Varrow Madness every year (Okay, this is the second year) is to make it extremely informative and not the normal partner tech marketing type event.  We want you to come, have a good time, network with others, learn, learn, learn, and leave smarter than when you came in.  If you’re anywhere close to Charlotte, whether you’re a Varrow customer, EMC customer, VMware user, or not or whatever I invite you to join us.  I think it will be well worth your time.

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