VMware Communities Roundtable
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Hosted by: vmware
Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 19367
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Title: #418 Wavefront w/'Bill Roth

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Past Episodes (429)

Time: Duration: Title: Recordings:
07/16/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#9 - VMware Communities Roundtable
07/09/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#8- VMware Communities Roundtable
07/02/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#7 - VMware Communities Roundtable
06/25/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#6 - VMware Communities Roundtable
06/18/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#5 - VMware Communities Roundtable
06/11/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#4 - VMware Communities Roundtable
06/04/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#3 - VMware Communities Roundtable
05/29/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#2 - VMware Communities Roundtable
05/23/2008 12:01 PM EDT
#1 VMware Communities Roundtable - May 23, 2008


Not bad - Reviewer: vickicasey 01/18/18 11:18 AM EST
Full Comment: Interesting, great facts, like such audios

Improved Audio as of May 1 2017 - Reviewer: vmware 07/26/17 09:48 PM EDT
Full Comment: Thanks for the feedback, we adjusted the mixer and believe we have improved audio yet again. Let me know what you think on #397. We still talk to fast and ramble. Trying to clean that up as well.

Easy to fix - Reviewer: davidnaude 06/28/17 07:47 AM EDT
Full Comment: The content is good and relevant, but a lost opportunity to grab a bigger audience. It is the audio quality that lets this podcast down, just 2 episodes back on what's new in vRA 7.3, the keyboard slapping was so loud you could not hear anything the guest had to say. I noticed a recent comment about how the audio issues have been addressed, but I do not feel it is enough. Listen to a podcast similar to the Datanaughts, or Software Engineering Daily. Both of them are clear and afford the listener the opportunity to focus on the topic at hand, where I was unable to complete the episode in mention.

Podcast, #385 - Reviewer: bodasatish 04/13/17 11:38 PM EDT
Full Comment: vSphere encryption is more better as my understanding.