Jul 242012
 

I’m very happy to announce that I will be joining VCE as a vArchitect.

I am very exited to get on board with VCE and as I have been a huge fan of the concept from day one and have always made sure I kept a close eye on how things progressed and how the uptake of Vblock took off.

VCE represent a huge opportunity for me to develop my career to the next level and although im sure there will be tough challenges ahead I look forward to being part of the VCE team that take them to massive & further success in the future.

I would like to thank my previous employer. I started there at a time when their datacentre practice was very embryonic and helped it grow to a viable mature practice with a great outlook for the future.

Also, those who follow my blog probably noticed a bit of a decline in posts over the last year. Work commitments made it very difficult to be a regular blogger but im hoping that I will be able to raise the bar once again.

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  4 Responses to “Career Change – A Coalition That Actually Works”

  1. Hi David,

    congratulations on a great job. I’ve been watching VCE for some time and I’m impressed by what and how they are doing. Great you’re joining this great team with some great names…

    I’m also a huge fan of the solution and I’m sure you’ll be filling your blog with some great posts again 😉

    Arjan

  2. Thanks Arjan,

    Im pretty happy getting in there. First day monday so it should be all go from then.

    Dave

  3. Congrats on the job, are you at VMworld this year, I’m acros from the Monday on the VCI day and then there for the rest of the week

  4. Hey Brian,

    I’m not sure yet as there are only a select few vArchitects attending and with me being a newby I’m likely to be at the back the queue.

    Fingers and toes crossed I do though.

    I’m sure this year will be pretty good being in Barcelona .

    David

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