Guest post: Preliminary Results from the Developer Survey

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VMware’s Ecosystem Engineering group has been surveying developers to better understand the tools and interfaces that developers are currently  using.  (See  the August 9th, “Next Generation Development Tools” post.) To those of you that completed the Developer Survey, thank you!  Your feedback is important to our API, SDK and developer tools planning.   If you Read more...

A week in virtualization

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VMworld will be in full swing two weeks from today, and from where I sit, it feels like it is already here. The plans for the Community Lounge are coming together, and I have even seen the floor plan. It’s going to be really cool. We’ll be in the hang space, which is in the Read more...

A week in virtualization

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I’ll start with the old-ish news first: As you know by now, there is the VMwolrd Schedule Builder, so go there and register for the sessions you want to attend. It is in the Las Vegas conference section on vmworld.com, in the left nav. John and I have been working on finalizing the plans for Read more...

Guest post: Happy 4000th PowerCLI Community!

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This is a guest post by Luc Dekens. If you would like to be a guest blogger, get in touch with Alex Maier, VMware Community Manager. You may have missed it in the recent flood of vSphere 5 blog posts and tweets, but the PowerCLI Community on VMTN just saw its 4000th thread. Not a Read more...

Next Generation Development Tools

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Development methodologies and tools never stand still, and have been evolving since the dawn of the computer industry. And the more sophisticated our web applications begome, the larger our datasets grow, and the more need there is for cross-application communication, the more we need powerful and efficient programming tools, models and design patterns. While it Read more...