On the road again - care to join?

Just when I thought it was safe to unpack my suitcase, I’m once again hitting the road.  Next week (Nover15-18) I’ll be traveling to Santa Clara to participate in the Manageability Developers Conference.  Intel has a handful of presenters that will be hosting breakout sessions on various topics surrounding manageability and security in cloud computing.  It looks to be a pretty robust conference with experts from some reputable companies sharing their knowledge.  You can access the MDC website at www.mandevcon.com if you want to see what the conference is all about.

While I’m there I’ll be tweeting (manageandsecure) and blogging about the goings on.  And as an added perk, I’ll have several copies of “Active Platform Management Demystified” to give away.  This is a great reference  book for anyone interested in developing manageability applications.  All you need to do is walk up to me and ask me for a copy.  I’ll hand them out until I run out.  I’ll tweet my location throughout the conference so that it will be easy for you to find me.

So if you’re going to be at MDC, find me,  introduce yourself and pick up your copy of “Active Platform Management Demystified”.  Feel free to comment on this blog if you plan on attending.  It’ll make it easier for us to find each other.
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