vExpert 2012 – Four years in a row!

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I was fortunate enough these past weeks to be elected as a vExpert for 2012 based on my blogging, virtualization community involvement, and leading the Advanced Technology Network Groups (ATNG).

Thank you very much to Alex Maier, John Troyer, and the internal vExpert staff for doing a fine job with this program. I’m proud and flatter to be part of this great program as it has so many prodigious virtualization folk as members.

Looking forward to 2012-2013:

Blog —

Recently (06/2011) my role has changed from end-user to employee at VMware and blogging material has become a bit more narrowed. I can’t exactly blog about my customers, that is strictly taboo and I have too much respect for them to do so. Finding good content to blog has proven to be a bit more of a challenge. However I still strive to keep an open mind and I know I will find my ultimate niche eventually.

ATNG —

ATNG has been a great group and it has been a blast running it. The foundation members have changed since the original charter and we’re finding it a bit harder to meet, but still there is a desire to be a group that meets regularly and talk technology not sales… (More info – www.atngroups.com)

This Year what will I be up to? —

I am asking myself what will next year bring for me in the way of sustaining a vExpert into 2013? I do know this… I will keep my blog up, I will keep ATNG growing, I will organize a give back event in Phoenix, and I’m always glad to help out Phoenix VMUG (if they need me). If this qualifies me as a vExpert for next 2013 then great, if not no worries I know I’ve done my part J

 

Thanks for reading… Feel free to comment as I always enjoy reading your feedback and suggestions!

PS – If you want to know more about the vExpert program, check it out here > http://communities.vmware.com/docs/DOC-18314

 

One thought on “vExpert 2012 – Four years in a row!

    itvirtuality said:
    April 26, 2012 at 9:50 pm

    Congratulations! Being recognized 4 yrs in a row is quite an achievement.

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