Spring 2011 Conference Season
It’s conferences season again, and I love it. Shawn Bass and I invested a couple of weeks into some fun stuff, like building reference environments in our labs, collecting new data and recording 400 videos for the new version of our remoting protocol comparison. Then we co-presented the results at BriForum in London (May 10 to 11) and at Microsoft Tech-Ed in Atlanta (May 16 to 19). Shawn presented it at Citrix Synergy in San Francisco (May 25 to 27) and I was invited to present it at Citrix Technology Exchange in Munich (June 6 to 7). Wow, this is just awesome – wait, it is “splendid”, I’m now working for a company that was founded in the UK.
Some days ago I received the acceptance to present at the upcoming BriForum in Chicago. Guess what, Shawn and I will present our remoting protocol comparison session. But I also submitted another session proposal that was accepted. The session title is “Lie to me – Using Built-in Windows System Filters in Virtual Desktops”. The session is about running 32-bit applications on 64-bit Windows, adapting to v2 user profiles, mapping preferred language settings, providing remote desktop services application compatibility, applying built-in Windows system filters (shims) and more. If you want to learn how to use such filters to optimize virtual desktop environments come and see me at BriForum in Chicago (July 19 to 21).