Must read

During the after-work hours, I like to spend some time working in my home lab, learning new technologies and studying for exams. Below I have listed some blogs that are in my opinion a must read! They are interesting to read and follow with WordPress. Most blogs that are listed are related to virtualization technology and especially the VMware ecosystem.

Must read – vCommunity Blogs

The VMware Community is one of the largest tech communities around and has great information to offer.

A good initiative is the VMware VMNT Blog Beat webpage. The page offers official blog posts from VMware alongside community blog posts. There is just so much information there, you can read for 24×7 blogs and still not be done.

Blogger:Website URL:
Duncan Eppinghttp://www.yellow-bricks.com
Frank Dennemanhttps://frankdenneman.nl
Laurens van Duijnhttps://vdr.one
Marco van Baggumhttps://www.vmbaggum.nl
Ruurd Keizerhttps://www.devops.lol
Sjors Robroekhttps://vxsan.com
Wesley Geelhoedhttps://wesleygeelhoed.nl

Must read – ITQ Blogs

At ITQ (the company I work for) a lot of people have their own blogs about IT. To combine all the content onto one page ITQ has introduced the ITQ Knowledge Hub. The knowledge hub gathers all blog posts and combines them into one central page on the ITQ company website. Click here to go to the ITQ Knowledge Hub.

If you rather go to my colleagues’ blogs directly, click on one of the websites listed below.

Blogger:Website URL:
Christiaan Roeleveldhttps://www.automate-it.today
Erik Verbruggenhttps://verbrough.wordpress.com
Floris Ekenhttps://flores.eken.nl
Francisco Perez van der Oordhttps://www.francisconl.com
Jeffrey Kustershttps://www.jeffreykusters.nl
Johan van Amersfoorthttps://vhojan.nl
José Cavalheri & Michaël van de Gaerhttps://vra4u.com
Jesper Albertshttps://www.vjal.nl/
Kabir Alihttps://www.kablog.nl
Kim Bottu as contributorhttps://vmusketeers.com/
Rick Verstegenhttps://rickverstegen84.wordpress.com
Robert Kloosterhuishttps://thefluffyadmin.net
Ruurd Keizer & Flores Ekenhttps://www.vroapi.com
Sander Harrewijnenhttps://harrewijnen.net
Stijn Vermoesenhttps://blog.stijnvermoesen.be