For vExpert 2017 please describe activities (communtiy contributions) that took place in 2016 as well as up until May of 2017. For more information, see the vExpert 2016 announcement at http://blogs.vmware.com/vmtn/2017/06/applications-for-vexpert-2017-second-half-nsx-vsan-are-now-open.html
1. Content Creation: blogging, writing, videos, podcasts
List your content contributions, e.g. blogs, books, white papers, freelance articles, newsletters, videos, or podcasts. List your role (sole creator or contributor), and number of posts in 2016. List up to three URLs that you think exemplify your work. If your contributions are not publicly available, describe the audience you had for your contributions.
2. Events & Speaking
List any events you've been involved with, your role (primary organizer, on the organizing team, track lead, panel moderator, speaker, etc.), approximate attendence, topics, and URLs if available.
3. Online communities, tools, and resources
List any online IT communities, forums, or Q&A sites you participated in; Please include URLs if possible. List URLs along with status levels, points, or badges. or any online tools, utilities, resources, directories, or repositories you helped create for the community. List any online tools, resources, directories, or repositories you helped create for the community. List URLs and your role in the resource.
4. VMware Programs
In the box below, list any VMware programs you participated in, such as VMUG leadership, advisory boards, reference programs, customer councils and the VMware Partner Network; and your role in these programs.
7. Reference (VMware Employee or Colleague)
For the partner path, a VMware employee reference is mandatory. For the evangelist & customer paths, a reference is optional, but is recommended if your activities were not in English, not online, or not at a public URL. Include a short note and the email of a person who can act as a reference about your activities in 2016 and up until May of 2017.