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VMware vLaunchPad is now updated with the latest ranking of the Top 20 VMware bloggers. Congratulations are in order to all of the hard-working bloggers on the list — especially the top two, holding on to their positions from last time: Duncan Epping and Scott Lowe. Although the VCritical grassroots campaign was not effective against […]
Eric Siebert is soliciting feedback from the community as he prepares to update the top 20 blogs on his VMware vLaunchPad. That means virtualization blog campaign season is here. But, unlike those multi-year federal campaigns, this one is short — just two weeks. The candidates are out virtually knocking on doors — Duncan Epping, Eric […]
Since establishing VCritical back in September I have published 99 posts — this post is number 100. If you are a newer reader, you might be interested in taking a look at the Site Index — a single listing of all articles by title. And here are the top two posts of all time: Storage […]
I just discovered the Virtual Foundry blog, started by Robert Patton earlier this month. Take a look at his intro post, titled “Dude, not another virtualization blog” and I am sure you will agree that this one has very strong potential. I especially like his angle of investigating new topics with original content and his […]
Today I hit 100 followers on Twitter. Sure, that is relatively low, but you have to start somewhere — the first 100 is always the hardest. Are you on Twitter? Those interested can follow me: @eric_gray
Are you hesitant to start your own blog because you want to “do it right?” Would you like to hear some step-by-step startup tips directly from an expert blogger? If so, you are in luck! No, I’m not talking about me, folks — Brent Ozar, the SQL Server Expert who has been blogging for ages, […]