As a new addition to the not-so-thrilled-to-be-unemployed (due to downsizing) group, I am scouring the earth for the next big thing in my life. I’ve been blessed with many positions throughout the years that exposed me to lots of new experiences and contacts in the technology industry.
Anyone out there looking for a bright, master problem solver who is up for any challenge? My most recent position put me in charge of technical services for a small software company – Tranxition Corp. – that was deeply involved in the user virtualization and migration space. This adventure entailed different aspects in technical marketing and sales, critical business planning, partnership development, competitive research, technical assistance with proof-of-concepts plus more. We all wore many hats in order to tackle the demands of the rapidly changing industry that is virtualization.
I had the wonderful opportunity to present at BriForum – a yearly gathering started by Brian Madden – where industry experts get together to discuss the future of desktop, application, and server virtualization. Just as exciting was my experience as an exhibitor at VMworld 2009. As you can see from my one and only post about VMworld on this site, I was extremely busy at all times meeting new customers, interacting with other exhibitors and partners, and demoing our new software.
Visit my contact page where you can find multiple ways to connect. Even if not for a career opportunity, I would enjoy networking with new people.