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LoadRunner Blog-o-rama: LIVE from HP Software Universe 2009 Hamburg

I'm now on the second day of this week, getting ready for a customer advisory board meeting all day here in Hamburg, Germany.  This week we are having the 2009 HP Software Universe conference and I will try to be blogging and twittering all the day long.  Until I just cant type with thumbs into my phone any longer.  

If you are a blogger and you are attending HP Software Universe
Hamburg...it would be great to meet you in person.  Seven other HP bloggers will be updating live from the event. Please look them up:

     Genefa Murphy - covering Agile
Development and Requirements Management

     Amy Feldman – @HPITOps, covering Application
Performance  Management

     Aruna Ravichandran - covering Application
Performance  Management

     Mark Tomlinson - covering Load
Runner and Performance Center

     Michael Procopio - @MichaelAtHP, covering Application
Performance  Management
and Business Service Management

     Mike Shaw – interested in meeting IT Operations management for something
new in 2010

     Peter Spielvogel - @HPITOps, covering Operations Management


You can also follow
the entire HPSU event on Twitter – Twitter.com/HPSWU
@HPSWU, hashtag #HPSWU, or become a Facebook

More on HP Software Universe 2009 Hamburg

· Sneak
Preview – Application Performance Management Blog

· Sneak
Preview – Infrastructure Management Software Blog

· Optimizing
cost by automating your ITIL V3 processes

· Event Information


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Mark Tomlinson is a software tester and test engineer. His career began in 1992 with a comprehensive two-year test for a life-critical trans...

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