It’s that time again, time reflect on the past year and to ring in a new year. vDestination was established in June of 2010 so that makes it just 6 months old. That being said, the past 6 months have felt more like 5 years as far as blogging goes. I can’t believe it’s only been a short 6 months. I am excited with the content that I put out there and the collaboration that I received from a few select members of the VMware blogging community, and look forward to a huge 2011 with tons more content and a lot more to learn. I’d like to thank Jason Boche and Stephen Foskett for helping me get this blog off the ground, their advice has been priceless as these are a couple of blogging pros. I attended my first VMworld in San Francisco, met with various virtualization vendors, and even was invited to a few press release parties. It’s been a blast to say the least.

If you’ve never read my blog before or it’s been awhile since you’ve visited, here is of what I consider to be my best posts to date. I’ve also included a poll that you can use to vote on what you think was the most useful post of mine from 2010 (this will help me understand what content to focus on going forward). Check out the list, read up and vote! Have a happy New year and be safe!

The Top 5 Posts from vDestination in 2010

    1. Citrix vs. VMware, who comes out on top?

    2. Top 10 Virtualization Twitter Accounts

    3. Want to pass VCP4? Check this out!

    4. Win the Ultimate vSphere Reference Library and more

    5. Kaviza VDI-in-a-box: Best of VMworld 2010!

    Greg W Stuart
    Greg is the owner and editor of vDestination.com. He's been a VMware vExpert every year since 2011. Greg enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 kids. He works as a Sr. Consultant at VMware and resides in Northern Virginia, 15 minutes west of Washington DC.

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