VMware {code} Speaker Bureau

 

Polish your speaking skills and develop as a speaker by presenting your work to your peers. We know you are as passionate about developer topics as we are; let us help you share your passion.

Take the opportunity to find new clients for your products or services (whether you work for yourself or a company). The best proactive business development strategy is to demonstrate expertise regularly by giving informative talks in front of targeted groups of potential users.

People do business with, recommend, and give referrals to, people they know, trust, and remember. The Bureau gives you the opportunity to prove yourself as a speaker, establish a history of speaking engagements, and make yourself known. Initial no-fee speaking engagements often lead to paid speaking engagements.

VMware {code} speakers are experts on enterprise developer topics. Speakers have real-world experience dealing with scalable, repeatable, secure implementations using the latest cloud technologies. By requesting an elite enterprise developer from VMware {code}, you can leverage VMware’s enterprise ecosystem for your event.

We want to work together with you to create a great event for your audience. From selecting speakers with the right content for your event’s audience, theme, and budget, to ensuring all facets of the presentation run seamlessly, we are there every step of the way. Our goal is to assist you, as the organizer, throughout the process so you can send your attendees home feeling they got the most out of the event.

Speaker -Kyle Ruddy

Kyle Ruddy

Senior Technical Marketing Engineer

Kyle Ruddy is a Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at VMware in the Cloud Platform Business Unit. He currently focuses on vSphere Operations Management as well as all things API, SDK, and CLI. During his 10+ year career in IT, Kyle has learned to love all things automation and enjoys sharing those lessons learned with the community. For these efforts, Kyle has been a long-standing VMware vExpert and Cisco Champion.

Kyle can be found blogging on VMware blogs, http://blogs.vmware.com/vSphere and http://blogs.vmware.com/PowerCLI, and his personal blog, http://www.thatcouldbeaproblem.com. You can also follow him on twitter as @kmruddy.