It’s that time of year again. Time to gather new supplies and prepare for the inevitable dodgeball match. Sure, it is the start of the school year, but also VMworld 2012! Find Cisco at Booth 1213 and beyond. Here’s what’s happening:
Warm up with a Tweetchat on the Cisco UCS Advantage with experts Josh Atwell, Scott Hanson, and M. Sean Mcgee. Follow #CLUS on August 15 starting at 10 AM PST.
Speaking of UCS, we’ll be featuring the #UCSChallenge in Booth 1213 again this year! What happens when you mix technologists and life-size foam UCS puzzle pieces?
Come out and take the challenge! Watch and see:
But wait, there’s more! We’re featuring not one but two Roving Reporters. You may remember Josh Atwell from his coverage at Cisco Live! He’ll be covering the beat again, including attempting to LiveTweet from his own session (VSP-1856). A sys admin here at Cisco, Josh is very involved in the tech community, from leading UCS UG’s in the Carolinas to being named a vExpert this year.
Follow along at #ciscovmw and on their blogs and youtube as they interview and post clips from the show. They’ll cover the hallway track for everyone within Moscone and beyond!
So we’ve covered pre-game, showtime, and sports coverage. Now for the social activities. Here’s where you’ll find Cisco during VMworld afterhours.
Sunday, August 26, 4-7 pm: #v0dgeball — Everyone’s favorite playground sport is back. Great fun for a great cause, this year’s tourney is raising money for Wounded Warrior Project. You don’t have to have a VMworld pass to attend. Please come out, donate, and cheer on Cisco’s team as we bring home the trophy.
Sunday, August 26, 8 pm – until: #vmunderground — A ticketed event, this is a great chance to meet other technologist before the show gets into full swing.
Monday, August 27, 7 pm – until: #VMworld official/unofficial tweetup — RSVP to join in, the #vFlipCup tourney begins at 9 pm.
Tuesday, August 28, 9-11 pm: #vBacon tweetup — Back by popular demand, join Cisco at this one-of-a-kind meet and greet to connect with your fellow VMworld attendees.