VMworld 2011 session voting is now open!


Every single year has been a treat when is comes to VMworld sessions you can attend. This year VMware takes it one step further: Now YOU can take a vote on what you want sessions you want to see.



If you have a VMworld account, you can login to the vmworld.com website and vote using the following link:


http://www.vmworld.com/cfp.jspa (Session Voting is open from May 9 till May 18)



You can search through the available sessions from there. For example, you could click on the “Search Options” button, enter 2214, and this session would roll out:

Search through VMworld 2011 submissions for

Clicking on the title will show the details of the submission:

My VMworld 2011 submission in detail

What a coincidence: submission number 2214 is my submission to VMworld 2011! Interested to know what the missing link is all about? Want more in-depth info on View sizing and what goes on under the covers? Then please vote for my session by clicking on the “Thumbs Up” symbol next to the Session ID, and hopefully you’ll be able to attend my session on VMworld 2011!

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