...building hybrid clouds that can support any device from anywhere
By now, most of the Technical Enablement and Delivery team – aka TED – have introduced themselves in the various tracks on this blog… immediately followed by posts in their tracks containing valuable information that is likely relevant to anyone that is, well, building clouds. Hence the name of the blog. We’re clever like that.
One of the things I love about working on this team is that we’re all uber-geeks at heart. Every now and then one of us will have an idea to try something that has no business value whatsoever, and likely serves no purpose other than to see if we can make it work or not. This is more likely to happen when we are all together in the same location, and some cool new piece of technology or gadgetry has just been released. That’s exactly what happened this last week as we were all gathered in Seattle for TechReady16…
So today I am introducing the “Just For Fun” track of the Building Clouds blog. This track will feature what will likely be entirely useless information on how to do something that you have no earthly reason to want to do. I can’t promise that there won’t be useful tips in there somewhere, but it is highly unlikely. If we can get Charles to sit still for long enough, we might even sneak a photo of the team working on said silly idea.
Stay tuned… the first post will be here very soon!
<p>Hi, a contest with that idea behind will be really a good idea. Like my first idea is a redundant minecraft server, with a hight number of Windows 8 VM's ready to play it. Just need to connect to the farm after in a LAN's party. But, it's a open world of possibilities :-) </p>