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Top Rated Speakers From Interop Las Vegas 2014

Ivan Pepelnjak takes the top spot among the best Interop Las Vegas speakers, as rated by audience surveys.

Planning for Interop New York is well underway, but before leaving Las Vegas behind we wanted to take a moment to recognize our top speakers from earlier this month. Ivan Pepelnjak’s compelling workshops and conference session earned him the spot at the top of the pack! Ivan received comments from his attendees:

“Ivan is an amazing speaker and is very knowledgeable on this subject. I follow Ivan’s blog postings closely and consider his lectures a valuable resource.”

“Ivan really knows this topic well. I enjoy his presentation style. He is a good educator, as he has that rare capability to break complex topics into small easy-to-understand components.”

We would like to thank all of Interop’s speakers whose efforts help make Interop a leading educational IT event.

Interop Las Vegas 2014’s Top Ten Speakers:

1. Ivan Pepelnjak, Chief Technology Advisor, NIL Data Communications @ioshints
2. Patrick Foxhoven, VP of Cloud Operations, Zscaler @pfoxhoven
3. Mike Pennacchi, Owner, Network Protocol Specialists @mpennac
4. Howard Marks, Contributing Editor, Network Computing @DeepStorageNet
5. Thomas Randall, Operations Vice President, BT Americas @BT_uk
6. Michele Chubirka, aka Mrs. Y, Senior Security Architect, Packet Pushers @MrsYisWhy
7. Ed Horley, Principal Solutions Architect, Groupware Technology @ehorley
8. John Pironti, President, IP Architects, LLC @jpironti
9. Ethan Banks, Editor, Packet Pushers Podcast @ecbanks
10. Eric Hanselman, Chief Analyst, 451 Research @e_hanselman

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*Rankings based on session evaluations completed during the event.

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