I am pleased to announce that Coho Data is participating in Storage Field Day 6 this Thursday morning 11/6 (from 8-10AM PST). Tech Field Day has special meaning for me, as it harkens back to the beginnings of my involvement in the greater technical influencer community. Leading up to my attendance at my first VMworld (2010), where I first met Stephen, and John Troyer, I started blogging and helped jump start what has become the Tokyo VMware User Group. Shortly following that, in early 2011 I got invited to attend Tech Field Day 5 in Silicon Valley as a delegate. I also attended Tech Field Day 6 in Boston. That was the 1st unofficial “virtualization” focused event which was a lot of fun. I have met many people and made good friends with several individuals from the Tech Field Day community, among others. That experience also helped open up the opportunity to present at VMworld regarding my experience during the 2011 Great Tohoku Earthquake and my 1st technical marketing job at NetApp (and my current position, for that matter).
I owe a lot to Stephen for the opportunity and am very much looking forward to helping Coho to host the delegates for the event later this week. I learned much of what I knew (at the time; before I joined the company) about Coho from the various events that they have done in the past, and I look forward to helping educate more and more influencers on what Coho has to offer with our market-differentiating, high- performance, web-scale storage solutions. I look forward to seeing you there as well!
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