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vExpert 2010

June 7, 2010

When I woke up on Saturday morning I had the great pleasure of an email from John Troyer in my inbox informing me that I have been awarded VMwares vExpert status in 2010 for┬ácontributions and effort to the communityduring 2009. I am honored to be given this award. If you haven’t heard of the vExpert award, this is how VMware describe it on the public vExpert page

The VMware vExpert Award is given to individuals who have significantly contributed to the community of VMware users over the past year. vExperts are book authors, bloggers, VMUG leaders, tool builders, and other IT professionals who share their knowledge and passion with others. These vExperts have gone above and beyond their day jobs to share their technical expertise and communicate the value of VMware and virtualization to their colleagues and community.

You can see the VMware vExpert page here. Congratulations to all of the vExpert 2010 recipients, to those at VMware that put the award together and to those who did not receive an award but provide incredible positive efforts in to the VMware community. Lets hope that everyone keeps it up!

Although my blog may sit quiet for a period of time, it is due to the fact that I am publishing material over at Xtravirt, helping out on the communities or, actually out earning some money for a change! But don’t worry, when things go quiet it doesn’t mean that there is nothing going on! There are a load of new whitepapers (free), applications (free) and utilities (yes, free!) that are in the pipeline for 2010. Watch this space!

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