Attending VMWare vForum 2017 at One World Hotel Bandar Utama (November 2017)

A Happy New Year 2018. It turns out that I only wrote a handful of blog posts last year. I know it was pathetic but I am working really hard to make a positive change this year.

Anyway, this was my 3rd year of attending VMWare’s vForum in One World Hotel, Bandar Utama. The first and second was also held at the same place. The registration queue stretches from the lobby of the hotel towards the registration counter. The crowd was jam-packed but I must salute the host and the hotel venue for well managing the food for the enormous crowd, superbly done. I attended Google Cloud event earlier at the same place but the crowd was far less than VMWare vForum, clearly the event organizer did a very good job.

I’ve been lazy to write or update this blog but determined enough to make a video using my rarely used outdated Camtasia Studio on my laptop. Check out my less than 2 minutes video presentation. It may look crappy but I made the video in less than half an hour so imagine if I can spend an hour or two if I’m not that lazy..haha..

By the way, check out the cool demonstration using Virtual Reality concept done by the awesome presenter on stage starting at 0.19s onwards. Very Cool stuff!

Happy New Year 2017

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My new year resolution for this blog is to do more updates and share more information for the world to know. Wish me Good Health so that I can actively write more!

Microsoft Malaysia TechDays IT Camp Best of MMS 2012

Oh dear, I’ve been so accustomed with Blogger that I find it easier to navigate and write blog post on Blogger instead of my own hosted WordPress blog. It has been a rough couple of months since my last blog post back in earlier January this year. After almost 5 years with the current salary, I recently took a month of unpaid leave and went on job hunting and finally landed a job offer where I then tendered a 2 weeks notice to start work next month. So it was all hectic and crazy the past several months for me.

It’s been a while since I last attended any events so last month I was invited to a Microsoft event and I jumped on it. The event was ‘Microsoft Malaysia TechDays IT Camp Best of MMS 2012’. Basically I was half-hearted to come because I had issues in my job hunting quest. It wasn’t too bad after all because during the event, I got a call to attend a job interview. Anyway, I love photos and more photos.

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Basically what I’ve learned from this event is the difference between a private cloud and public cloud. It was quite interesting and was helpful enough during my job interview session 2 days after that.

iTrain Cloud Computing Summit 2012

This would be my first blog post in 2012. I have been concentrating on writing my Malay blog thus abandoning writing on this blog. However, I’ll try my best to update anything related to technology that I’ve personally experience so far. So last month I encountered an invitation through Facebook:

I’ve never been to a cloud computing summit before therefore I immediately registered myself to attend. The event was organized by iTrain Malaysia. The last event I’ve attended being organized by iTrain was like 5 years ago so things must have been really moving forward from then. I guess I’ll cut my blog post short and show you snapshots taken during the event:

During the event, there was an announcement that really surprised me. iTrain with support from the government will be doing a ‘Free Training for CompTIA Cloud Computing Certification’. Again, I registered myself for that one as well. Basically I’ve been playing around with the cloud for several years already except that during that time it wasn’t known as ‘cloud’ yet. Hopefully I’ll become the chosen 40 selected person to receive the training and qualify for the certification. I’ll update that in my blog if I get selected.

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