VMware vExpert 2012

This week VMware announced the vExperts for 2012 and I am proud to be one of them. Last year I didn’t make it. But this morning I received the following e-mail from Alex Maier who is the VMware vExpert Program Manager:

I am pleased to inform you that you have been designated a vExpert 2012 in recognition of your contribution to the VMware, virtualization, and cloud computing community.

You’ve done work above and beyond, helping others succeed with VMware, and we here in the Social Media and Communities team are delighted to welcome you to the program.

VMware vExperts are a special group, a network of peers, who communicate with each other and VMware closely, share resources, and get other opportunities for greater interaction throughout the year.

Thanks for all you do. The vExpert Program is going to be great this year. Keep on rocking!

With kind regards,
Alex Maier (vExpert Program Manager) and the VMware Social Media and Communities Team

Many thanks to Alex and John Mark Troyer, who started the vExpert program three years ago.

I am proud to be part of the VMware vExperts. And I look forward to work with VMware and the other vExperts more closely.

Congratulations to all the other vExperts 2012!

More information about the VMware vExpert program can be found at the vExpert Directory.

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About Robert van den Nieuwendijk
Robert van den Nieuwendijk is a freelance senior systems engineer with over 25 years of experience in the IT industry. His main focus is VMware vSphere and Microsoft Windows Server. He tries to automate as much of his work as possible using Microsoft Windows PowerShell. Robert is the author of the “Learning PowerCLI” book that will be published early 2014. Robert is a frequent contributor and moderator at the VMware VMTN Communities. He has a bachelor degree in software engineering and holds the following IT certifications and accreditations: VSP 5, VTSP 5, VCP4-DCV, VCP5-DCV, MCSE, MCSA, MCP and MCP+I. In 2012, 2013 and in 2014 Robert received the VMware vExpert title for his contribution to the community of VMware users over the past year.

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