Las Vegas can be daunting for the uninitiated, especially if they’re more intent on attending the event than hitting the Strip. So we loved seeing Jim Jones recent “Vegas for Newbies” article. Although we’ve got our own secrets (we go there at least half a dozen times a year for tech shows), Jim’s suggestions are dead on.
Tom Hollingsworth rightly points out what makes IT conferences relevant: community. In large events like VMworld or Cisco Live, the community are what make these events enjoyable to attend. But for smaller conferences, that are either new or tightly focused, the community is what makes them relevant. It’s an interesting distinction.
Paul Stewarts from PacketU writes about Cisco Live: I wanted to take a few minutes and share some of the pictures from Cisco Live 2013 in Orlando. Most of these were taken on my smart phone, but a few were shared by others. I hope that seeing Cisco Live from this perspective gives those who […]
We love going to industry events, and the pinnacle for Cisco-focused folks is Cisco Live US. We’ll be there next month, and our own Tom Hollingsworth wrote up a great piece explaining the value of events like this: Why do we attend CLUS? What brings us back year after year? Especially considering that this year […]