Give a big shout out for this year winner, Mr. Chris Porter AKA VDM005. Here is my Q&A with Chris and his takeaways from this season.
Continuing with our 3 Virtual Design Master finalists, here is the Q&A correspondence I had with Adam Post, our 2nd place winner.
So now that Virtual Design Master Season 5 is in the books, I’ve decided to do a quick Q&A with our 3 finalists and pick their brains around the experience, what’re their key takeaways and of course which mascot was their favorite this year.
Virtual Design Master is hands down, the coolest community project I participated in and not only that, I had the pleasure and privilege to act as one of the judges in this year’s season 5 panel.
A lot was going on in the past few days in the vCommunity with regards to the VCDX certification price increasing from 1200$ to 3995$. I mean, Twitter and Slack was all over the place, people bashing each other (and VMware for that manner) and what not.
It is being exactly 4 months since I was able to achieve my VCDX-CMA cert and now I can finally say that I am a double VCDX with my newly mint VCDX-DCV cert – what a great feeling!
It’s been almost a year since I’ve started working for Microsoft. You know, when I got my VCDX a few months back, few people from the vCommunity asked me how is that helping me with my day to day Azure life. If you will add to that the fact that no one (well, almost no one) at Microsoft knows what it’s all about, you will get some brain processing.
The day of the remote defense has arrived. After all the mocks, Quizlets and mental prep, it all boils down to two hours of the most important WebEx session I had in my career so far.