By now everyone should be aware of BriForum, our three-day independent technical training conference on desktop virtualization. This year's conference will be our 8th one, taking place at the Hilton Chicago in a few weeks from June 15-17. BriForum 2010 will be our biggest one yet with more speakers, attendees, and DEMO Lab vendors than ever! If you haven’t had a chance to look over the 59 breakout sessions, the full agenda and session descriptions are available on BriForum.com.
In terms of speakers, I’m excited that Benny Tritsch, Ron Oglesby, Jeroen van de Kamp, and Tim Mangan will all be back again. The four of them have each presented at every single one of our eight BriForums so far! But we’re keeping it fresh too. This year we’re welcoming nine new speakers: Doug Coombs, Scott Davis, Simon Gallagher, Sam Jacobs, Brad Maltz, Jim Moyle, Brandon Shell, Roy Tokeshi, and Jon Wallace. This year we have a total of 33 independent speakers plus another 12 vendor speakers.
Speaking of vendors, this year's DEMO Lab will be our biggest as well, with 30 desktop virtualization vendors there to let you play with live demos of their latest products.
Registration is still available for $1495 and includes:
- Conference admission for all three days.
- Online access to videos of every single session after the conference.
- Opening night party (with full dinner) at Lucky Strike.
- Breakfast & Lunch every day.
And of course, our annual Geek Out! game show will take place the evening of Day 2.
Take a look at the agenda when you get a chance. You'll see that this is the one event you've got to attend if you're looking for real world in-depth technical information from people who are doing desktop and application virtualization day-in, day-out.
See you in Chicago in a few weeks!