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Alan Renouf is an independent consultant based in the UK. In the last few years he has concentrated on virtualization products and the automation of these using PowerShell. Alan recently contributed all PowerCLI sections to "vSphere 4.0 Quick Start Guide". Alan is a keen blogger and the co-host of the Get-Scripting podcast. You can also follow Alan on Twitter.
Mike Giles has been building VMware solutions using the VMware Web Services SDKs for the last 2 years. Mike has an expertise in building and tuning his applications to maximize performance efficiency when monitoring extremely large environments. When Mike is not building performance and availability management applications for vCenter he enjoys golf and time with family.
Luc Dekens: Luc has been working with virtualization for the past 4 years and has strong interests in the growing PowerCLI community. Luc is amazed daily by what can be done with PowerShell and PowerCLI. Luc enjoys travelling, wildlife and cross-country walking with his two Flat-Coated Retrievers. Luc has achieved community Champion with over 21,000 points !
William Lam: William has been working with virtualization for the past four years and has strong interests in the virtualization SDKs and APIs. William Lam is the creator of the world famous Ghetto Scripts featured on VMware Code Central. When he is not busy in his normal job, he enjoys dining in some of San Francisco's best neighborhood restaurants and is an avid movier-goer. He is a VCP, vExpert and a UNIX Systems Administrator. William has recently achieved Champion status with over 18,000 points.
Hal Rottenberg: Hal has been in IT for over 13 years and has several years experience working with virtualization. He is the author of the first PowerCLI book to hit the streets – Managing VMware Infrastructure with Powershell: TFM. When Hal is not busy saving his organization time and money, he is a a frequent contributor to the PowerCLI community with over 2,400 points earned. Hal blogs at halr9000.com. You can follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/halr9000.
Chris Misztur: Chris is a passionate .NET coder who enjoys spending his time developing and supporting VIX, VDDK and PowerCLI solutions. He is also a moderator at vmwarescripting.com. His enjoyment comes from bringing new features to life for existing software and hardware implementations. In his spare time, Chris is focusing on XNA game development, his family and taking long, peaceful rides on his motorcycle.
Edward Haletky: Edward has extensive background in programming and interests in Virtualization and Security. He is the founder of AstroArch Consulting, Inc., providing virtualization, security, and network consulting as well as software development using the VMware SDKs and APIs. Visit Edward's The Virtualization Practice, a virtualization analyst website providing Virtualization & Cloud Computing News, Resources, and Analysis. When Edward is not busy solving problems he enjoys spending time outdoors
Justin Rackliffe: Justin's primary focus in using the vSphere Web Services has been in implementing VMware services transparently within existing tools and workflows. This improves the ROI for VMware within his company and simplifies procedures, while not adding effort in retraining team members to utilize VMware efficiently. When not bending vSphere to his will he enjoys cooking, eating, biking, and traveling with his family.
Maish Saidel-Keesinghas been working in IT for the past 12 years and with VMware products for the past 5. Maish uses PowerCLI daily to manage the ever-growing virtualization environment, a task becoming more and more difficult as it grows in size. Maish enjoys time with his family and recently became a VMTN moderator with the intention of helping people out in their journey in the Automation universe. You can follow Maish on Twitter or read his blog.
Wil van Antwerpen is the owner of Antwise Solutions, a software house that specializes in software development using Visual DataFlex and maintains the VI-Toolkit.com web site. He's passionate about Open Source, VMware and building solutions for technical problems. He's also a moderator on the forums, a contributor to planetvm.net and he tries to help out with the vGhetto project. You can follow Wil on Twitter.
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