Have you just been awarded vExpert 2014 status? Want to try vCloud Air for 30 days? If so, then you can now. Chris Colotti and Jeramiah Dooley have setup a process and plan to get vExpert’s free access on a rolling 30 days basis. Pretty cool or what? For more information on the process and to sign up for this free access, here is a list of required links. Please read the extensive program guide for full information. Program Information Post on Community Forums Program Guide Sign Up Form Participant Calendar I think this is a really great way to try some cloud resources for free. As a vExpert myself, I know I always appreciate new stuff I can experiment with, to see how it could potentially improve the infrastructure and designs I build. This is a great way to do this. As mentioned on Chris’s site, there is a few […]
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The people being awarded vExpert 2014 status have been released today. On April 1st of all days! I have now been awarded vExpert status for three years in a row, and every year I always feel very accomplished when I see my name on the list. People I have known well have dropped off, and it is with great pleasure and honour that I received this status. Anyway, thanks to the judges who decide. Awarding to 754 people must be a tough job to judge, so thanks for including me for another year. To view the full list of people who have been awarded the status, click here.
Today the VMware vExpert 2012 list was updated, and I am proud to say I have been awarded the vExpert title. This is a great honour for me, and something I am very pleased with. To see the full vExpert list click here You can read the full blog article “Announcing vExpert 2012 title holders: Updated Again”