Over 12,500 people descended on San Francisco’s Moscone Center at the end of August for VMworld 2009. Out of those masses, twelve took me up on my Portrait Project offer. This diverse group included VMware vExperts, IT Strategists, and VMware Administrators from around the world. Below, listed in alphabetic order, is one of the portraits from each of those individuals with a bit of information about them. Most have an online presence focused on virtualization, so make sure you click through on their photo to visit their site (most provided one).
Thanks to everyone who participated! What’s amazing, is that if you look at this set of photos you would never guess that they were all take within the same two block area of Moscone Center in San Francisco. In retrospect, not sure if I would be able to do more than twelve of these during something as hectic VMworld. We’ll have to see what next year brings…
Update: As an added bonus, I even got a portrait of myself thanks to one of the participants!
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