Pictures of the 2014 Dutch VMUG Conference

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Last Thursday, I was invited as a speaker at the 2012 Dutch VMware User Group Conference at Conference center 1931 in Den Bosch, the Netherlands, to present on virtualization-safe(r) Active Directory and Domain Controller Cloning in VMware environments.

Welcome to the VMUG Conference (click for original photo)Program for the End User Computing track, with my session listed at the bottom (click for original photo)

With over five hundred attendees, the organization had its hands full at the registration desk. Luckily, there was a badge for everyone.

NL VMUG Badges at the Registration Desk (click for original photo)

I arrived early to accommodate a couple of colleagues and customers in their travel and registration needs, and enjoyed many of the available sessions during the day.

Some colleagues  at the Dutch VMUG. Left to right:  Olaf van Kesteren, Bart Peeters, Joep Weesenbeek and Jos Schepens (click for original photo)

My session was scheduled for the last time slot, which gave me lots of possibilities to enjoy coffee at the booths of several sponsors, incorporate information people heard during the day and to tweak my demos and slides.

I checked out the room in advance:

The stage in Limousin 1 (click for original photo)Calm before the storm... (click for original photo)

In the same room, Ruben Spruijt and Jeroen van de Kamp presented an entirely new slidedeck with prelimary results of Project Virtual Reality Check (VRC) containing some real eye-openers for the audience:

Ruben Spruijt and Jeroen van de Kamp about to start their session (click for original photo)

Then, at last, it was time for my session:

Getting close to the end of the list now... (click for original photo)Let's give the audience what they're waiting for! (click for original photo)
Two Of A Kind Presentation Title (click for original photo)

Afterwards, we took some pictures with all the speakers, drank some beers with the attendees and ended up at Rancho Bravo (much) later, to enjoy steak:

Steak at Rancho Bravo (click for original photo)

It was a good day! Glimlach

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