Today, on this gloriously sunny Saturday morning, the mailman rang my doorbell, alerting me to the arrival of yet another box from Amazon. My wife asked what it was, and I answered:
an Amazon box.
Quickly realizing that wasn't a great answer, I opened it.
Outside of academic journals, and a recent IBM Redpaper, this is the first time I've been honored to see my name in print, on a book. I'm so glad everybody now has their chance to read this, a mere 3 weeks and 2 days after vSphere 6.0 became available.
A few months back, I was approached by author Nick Marshall, an Integration Architect at VMware, asking if I wanted to review certain chapters of his upcoming book. Of course, I said yes, focusing on the initial installation and configuration chapters. Yes, my contribution was admittedly rather small.
Despite that, it's very gracious of Nick to have all 9 vExperts that pitched in listed right there on the Acknowledgments page:
- Derek Seaman - www.derekseaman.com
- Ather Beg - atherbeg.com
- Christopher Kusek - pkguild.com
- Keiran Shelden - www.readysetvirtual.com
- Kyle Ruddy - www.thatcouldbeaproblem.com
- Steve Flanders - sflanders.net
- Paul Braren - www.tinkertry.com
- David Hanacek - transformation.emc2.at
- Abdullah Abdullah - notes.doodzzz.net
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- Nick Marshall - nickmarshall.com.au
- Scott Lowe - blog.scottlowe.org