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April 23, 2012

Role Change

This is another non-technical post. I wanted to get this out because I realize I have been pretty silent around here for at least a few weeks.

Yes, I had a lot of travel during Q1 (through March and early April) and then (thankfully) I had some time off to vacation with friends, but woven between all of that was the process of applying for, and securing, a new role within VMware.

As of this week, I officially begin working in the Office of the CTO – End User Computing.

I feel truly honored to have been chosen to join this area, which houses an incredibly rich brain-trust, and affords me the chance to learn from, and work with, some EUC giants within VMware. The new role will involve a larger element of development than my previous roles at VMware, and I believe this affords me the chance to continue to refine the existing tools I have produced and produce even better ones going forward. ┬áPreviously these “side-projects” were one of my only outlets for my development “itch”. Now, I’ll be honing my skills to develop technology that will help to shape the future of EUC products coming out of VMware – and who wouldn’t be excited about that?!

I have no intention of letting this blog or my current tools wither and die on the vine, but I do ask for your patience while I learn the ropes of this new role and get engaged on my first assignment. These are exciting times and I believe this change will only broaden my vision and allow me access to build better tools for the VMware VDI community – which I hope the majority of readers of this post comprise.

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