Yes, it has been one year since I've blogged on VMware and virtualization. Well, in my defense, a lot has happened keeping me from spending quality time with my beloved blog.
My biggest excuse = I joined VMware! I am a Technical Account Manager for customers in the Dayton/Cincinnati area. Shameless plug = if you would like to know more about what a TAM can do for you, please reach out to me by leaving a comment and I'll get back to you.
I was warned that the first year is like drinking from the fire hose and I found that to be true, but in a good way. So yes, I did neglect my blog to the point of having to delete drafts that are no longer relevant.
But the good new is: I'm back! I've personally re-committed to posting articles on a more-frequent/regular basis (although not on a specific schedule, no change there).
Note that the opinions in my blog are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect that of my employer. Also note the subject matter won't change either - I won't post "newsie" articles as there are too many other blogs that do a good job of that.
What I will publish are articles describing technical problems I'm seeing in the field along with their resolution. I may also post articles of a more strategic nature on occasion.
My experience with customers in the field gives me a unique perspective (and fresh content!) on many IT topics. Three of my accounts are in healthcare so I may also publish articles discussing challenges specific to that segment.
Finally, next week is VMworld 2014! I'm doing things a little differently this year - instead of one VMworld recap article (which I may still publish), I'm going to try to post bits through-out the week so stay tuned!