Back from HP Discover 2011

A few months back I had the really great privilege to be invited as a speaker to HP Discover 2011 to chat about Intel vPro and how to connect it to social networks using peer-to-peer technologies. The conference was in Las Vegas at the venetian hotel and last week I went and had a wonderful time. I gave two hands-on labs, 2 hours each. HP went thru a lot of trouble to equip the lab with 48 Intel vPro laptops for people to get real life experience with the technologies. Both labs went great and in general the conference was loads of fun. The highlight of course for many others and myself was the private Paul McCartney concert at the MGM grand arena. I was that the conference attendees could fill that entire arena and best of all, the show was amazing! I am not much of a concert goer, I did happen to go to the MUSE concert here in Portland a few months back. On course Paul McCartney has much more history.

By the way, I also spotted a Elvis...

Thank you to all the attendees of my lab. I got a lot of really good feedback. One person my my lab was turning on and off the lab computers from his personal Blackberry which was lots of fun.

Thank you HP for a great week.

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