The time has come, no more waiting, anticipating, I’m actually getting on a plane tomorrow morning and heading out to VMworld 2010. Thanks for reading my “VMworld, I’m most excited about…” series of posts. Hopefully I helped some of you prepare for things you didn’t know existed or just jacked up your anticipation. I’m excited, period. I’ll be running (aka sweating my face off, and killing my lungs) the VMworld 5k run tomorrow and I’m stoked. I know David Davis, Chris Kusek, Jason Boche and others are running so it will most likely be my first actually “VMworld meet-up” should be a blast, heard it’s going to be cold though.

This will be my last post until sometime Monday afternoon when I’ve had a chance to soak up VMworld a little and get an idea of what I’m doing/where I am. Hopefully there are a ton of power outlets, and I hope the power grid in SF is prepared to take a hit! Just wanted to give you a heads up that I will be scurrying around from tonight until Monday afternoon getting myself situated. Don’t fret, I will be tweeting like crazy (@gregwstuart), and getting some nice pics out via twitpic. Looking forward to meeting as many of you in person as I can. Again, this wouldn’t have been possible without Jason Boche and GestaltIT getting me there, can’t thank you enough for putting out that contest back in June! If you aren’t attending VMworld, there will be plenty of online content to make you feel as if you are there. See you at VMworld 2010!

-GStuart

Greg W Stuart
Greg is the owner and editor of vDestination.com. He's been a VMware vExpert every year since 2011. Greg enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 kids. He works as a Sr. Consultant at VMware and resides in Northern Virginia, 15 minutes west of Washington DC.

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