Top 20 Best Virtual Blogs


VMware Launch Pad published the results of its recent poll; the top 20 best virtual (read VMware) blogs.

  1. Yellow Bricks – Duncan Epping(1) – 102 first place votes – weighted score of 991
  2. Scott Lowe’s Blog – Scott Lowe(2) – 39 first place votes – weighted score of 707
  3. Virtual Geek – Chad Sakac(10) – 61 first place votes – weighted score of 550
  4. NTPro – Eric Sloof(3) – 12 first place votes – weighted score of 412
  5. RTFM Education – Mike Laverick(8) – 5 first place votes – weighted score of 232
  6. VM/ETC – Rich Brambley(6) – 5 first place votes – weighted score of 196
  7. Virtualization Evangelist – Jason Boche(5) – 4 first place votes – weighted score of 190
  8. Gabe’s Virtual World(12) – Gabe Van Zanten – 5 first place votes – weighted score of 132
  9. Virtualization Pro – Various(4) – 3 first place votes – weighted score of 129
  10. Mike D’s blog – Mike DiPetrillo(7) – 3 first place votes – weighted score of 120
  11. VMware Tips – Rick Scherer(15)
  12. The VM Guy – Dave Lawrence(16)
  13. VCritical – Eric Gray(17)
  14. Planet VMTom Howarth(11)
  15. Ken’s Virtual Reality – Ken Cline(20)
  16. Professional VMwareCody Bunch(09)
  17. Virtual Future – Sven Huisman (19)
  18. Rational Survivability – Christofer Hoff(13)
  19. Virtual Black HoleSteve Beaver(18)
  20. Musings of RodosRodney Haywood(14)

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Didier Pironet is an independent blogger and freelancer with +15 years of IT industry experience. Didier is also a former VMware inc. employee where he specialised in Datacenter and Cloud Infrastructure products as well as Infrastructure, Operations and IT Business Management products. Didier is passionate about technologies and he is found to be a creative and a visionary thinker, expressing with passion and excitement, hopefully inspiring and enrolling people to innovation and change.
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One Response to Top 20 Best Virtual Blogs

  1. Arrawn says:

    Hmm. Is it true? 🙂

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