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Welcome Home, Brian!



I'm speechless and overwhelmed with the birth of my Son. Welcome home, Son!

Brian, born on 15:56 (GMT+1) hours, 17th Feb 2006.

PS: On another note. It's gotta be an auspicious day for VMware as they choose the same day (17th Feb) to send out invitations for Beta testers (ESX 3.0/VC2.0) finally.:-)

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  1. I'm a bit confused as to where VM ends and Brian begins. Am I right in thinking he's not virtual?

    Hearty congratulations - DaPi.

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  2. David,

    Indeed, he's all flesh and blood.

    It's just that the long awaited ESX 3.x beta invitations too got sent out on the same date ;-)

    Thanks again.

    Tarry

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  3. Tarry --

    Congratulations! Start him virtualizing early! :-)

    John

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  4. Hey John,

    Thanks a lot!

    We're looking at the future CEO VMware here..heh heh

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  5. I can't believe I missed this post. Congratulations papa! Hope everyone is fine.

    All the best,
    Bill

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  6. That's OK Bill,

    Thanks a lot! :-) Everyone is doing fine indeed.

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  7. congratulations... Tarry.
    I was just browsing your blog & found this post.
    Nice blog. Keep on posting...

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  8. Thanks pran,

    Appreciate your kind words.

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