Free Giveaway: IBM Pulse 2012 Laptop Bag

IBM Pulse 2012 was a lot of fun and we got a lot of interest but it’s good to be back home.  Today, I am giving away two (2)  laptop bags from Pulse.  To enter, just leave a comment below telling us why you love Maximo Times or even why you hate us.  Either way, two winners will be randomly chosen by 3/16/2012 5 PM EST and announced here.  One entry per person, so make sure you enter a valid email address because I will use that to contact you.  Good Luck!


I know I mentioned that I had 2 laptop bags to give away, but now I have 3!!


Here are the 3 winners!

Congratulations to all the winners!  If you have been chosen, please check your emails!

Until next year’s IBM Pulse, we will have to wait and see what I be giving out then…

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7 thoughts on “Free Giveaway: IBM Pulse 2012 Laptop Bag

  1. Hi Chon, I love Maximo Times because it is, was and will be my FIRST source of all things Maximo, mainly when I started implementing IBM products like 4 years ago, It has been VERY helpful since IBM’s documentation it’s not so clear most of the time.

  2. Chon,  Great Site!  I use your RSS feed everyday to track the latest Maximo News.  Keep up the good work!

  3. When i want to move into Maximo, i was searching for good place to start, When i google, i got Maximo Times and “First impression is the best impression” quote became true with Maximo Times.Since, then i vist Maximo Times for updates.

  4. It’s been quite some time since I discovered Maximo Times and I just can’t stop learning new things everyday. Thanks Chon for your effort on spreading Maximo knowledge!

  5. When it comes to Maximo, there’s no place like Maximo Times (not to be confused with Medieval Times, which is also an exciting place but in a much different way). I can honestly say that I come here to look for answers before heading to the IBM support site more often than not. If I can’t find help at either site, then I post in the forums and usually have an answer within a day or two at most. Luckily for IBM, sites such as this exist, otherwise many of us may have switch to something else years ago. Thanks again for all your hard work!

  6. I’ve just recently started working with Maximo and I have found a ton of very useful information from your site.  It has helped me so much in learning about Maximo and especially helping with configuration.  Keep up the great work!

    John D.
    john.quinn.daily AT gmail DOT com

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