It’s officially time to vote for your favorite virtualization blog. Eric Siebert of has opened voting again on his annual Top 50 VMware & virtualization blogs. This time last year was the first time my blog appeared on the list and I didn’t do too bad coming in at #59. I’m excited to see the results of this years voting, I’ve been working hard to put out good, useful content. Here are the specifics on the voting:

*You can pick 10 of your favorite blogs and also rank them in your order of preference after you pick your 10. The results will be weighted with #1 ranking getting 10 points and #10 rankings getting 1 point. Point totals will be tabulated and from them the top 50 will be determined.
*Blogs are listed on the ballot in alphabetical order with the current top 25 blogs highlighted in bold & underlined text, so please go through the whole list when making your choices (Duncan ended up on the bottom).
*New this year we also having voting in special categories to help distinguish certain types of blogs. The choices of which blogs to include in the categories was the result of this survey and my best guessing. The categories are independent of the general voting so first pick and rank your top 10 overall favorite blogs and then choose your favorite blog in each category.
*Voting will run until 2/7, afterwards the results will be determined and announced on a special podcast with myself, Simon Seagrave, David Davis and John Troyer live at VMware Partner Exchange.

If you have enjoyed reading my blog this past year and find my content useful, please take a few minutes to vote for, I would appreciate it. I blog because I want to give back to the virtualization community and to share any news or experiences I have working with VMware products. I also have enjoyed doing book reviews and product reviews hoping to help my readers to make an informed decision when they are looking to buy. Thanks for reading and remember to vote!

Greg W Stuart
Greg is the owner and editor of 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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