Late last year, I applied a third time for the VMware vExpert program. This title is given from VMware to individuals who have significantly contributed to the community and have spread the message of VMware to customers and partners worldwide. This is nothing you get by passing an exam. It’s given to you by VMware in respect of your work. The vExpert title is something which differates you inside the commnity. Individuals who participate in the program, have access to betas, free licenses, early access briefings, free access to VMworld conference materials online, access to a private community, use of logos etc.
I just arrived at home, when I saw this tweet:
2016 vExpert Awards have been announced and can be found at https://t.co/k2F9Y1D7nl Thank you to everyone who participated this year.
— VMware vExpert (@vExpert) February 5, 2016
I am very proud to announce that I was nominated for the third time, after 2014 and 2015, as VMware vExpert. Three times in a row!
I am very thankful for that. It’s a nice recognition of VMware for something that I enjoy: Writing about stuff I like, sharing knowledge and contributing a great community.
Thank you VMware, a thank you to the great community and congratulations to all “old” and new VMware vExperts!
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