Why I’m really going to HP Discover 2012

I’m part of our product marketing team and HP Discover is certainly somewhere in the job description.   But, that’s not why I’m really going.

 

Of course it could be that I love Vegas and the excitement and energy of the whole environment, but that’s not why.

 

Or, it could be a great agenda with over 50 application focused track sessions focusing on topics such as:

-       How people are doing mobile testing

-       Testing with Virtualized Services

-       LoadRunner, Performance Center and Diagnostics

-       Manual and Automated Testing

-       What’s new in performance testing

-       Project and Portfolio Management best practices

-       Agile

-       Etc,

 

but that’s not why.

Perhaps it’s the keynote sessions to hear from customers such as Jeffery Katzenberg and Dreamworks or our CEO, Meg Whitman,

Maybe the closing celebration featuring Sheryl Crow and Don Henley?

Nope…

 

Those are all great reasons to go to HP Discover, but for me, the real reason is You.  I go to HP Discover for the opportunity to connect with you - my peers and learn about your challenges and successes.  There are few events in the world, where more dedicated and focused IT professionals gather and connect with each other.   I hope to see you at HP Discover –  Don’t forget to use the code DSCVRSW to save $300  when you register.  -> HP Discover Registration

 

Additional information about HP Discover Vegas 2012 is available at www.hp.com/go/discover.

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Comments
Atti | ‎05-14-2012 02:59 AM

Does someone know, if Loadrunner supports Microsoft Dynamics NAv 2009 Classic Client?

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