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Hi everyone, after an amazing Spring One event (you can still catch up if you have missed at we now look forward to our most awesome event of the year, VMworld. For those of you that have attended this event in the past in person you will know what a special occasion it is. It truly is an awesome event and while a virtual event cannot fully take its place, I can promise you that everyone is working as hard as they possibly can to ensure that the sessions are amazing as usual and there is as much awesome content and networking as they can. So don’t miss out, even if you find you cannot attend all the sessions you wish during the event if you are subscribed you will get to view them after on-demand.

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-Tony Vetter kicked off a three-part series on how developers can get started with Tanzu Application Platform on KIND—this one explaining what exactly Tanzu Application Platform is
-Amanda White wrote this post with tips for writing user stories, even when you’re working on a back-end product with no user in the traditional sense |
-Mario Gray, Tiffany Jernigan, and Josh Long teamed up for this Spring Tips video, in which they summarized their favorite talks from SpringOne 
-Arnaud Cogoluègnes wrote a new post explaining how RabbitMQ Streams provides server-side offset tracking for consumers
-Arjen Poutsma wrote for the Spring blog about efficient parsing of Reactive buffer streams
-On the Bootiful Podcast, Josh Long spoke with Mark Pollack about physics, Spring.NET, Spring Data, Spring XD, Spring Cloud Data Flow, and much more
-Whitney Lee sat between the chair and keyboard for a delightful talk with Nate Schutta about how wedding photography can prepare you for working with software, the relationship between art and technology, the importance of communication in software development, goat yoga, curling, and more
-Josh Long wrote his weekly Spring update
-On Tanzu Tuesday, Marcin Grzejszczak and Olga Maciaszek-Sharma joined the team to talk about new trends in Spring development with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud, covering Spring Native, Spring & Kubernetes, and observability
-In this episode of Tanzu Talk, Coté argues that, marketing speak aside, it’s worthwhile to call out security right now when talking about DevOps. Follow along as he works through the process of writing an elevator pitch for DevSecOps
-In this TGIK episode, Joe Beda looked at alternatives to docker for doing desktop development by looking at nerdctl and lima, and talks about the pros and cons of going direct to containerd
-Joy Busse wins the medal for first person to get in their VMworld promo post! This one promotes design research sessions for Tanzu Observability at VMworld
-Dean Lewis wrote a post about how to integrate Data Management for VMware Tanzu (DMS) with vRealize Automation using vRealize Orchestrator workflows and Dynamic Types



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