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Vote for vSphere Java API at VMware Labs

Several smart bloggers (Eric Sloof, Justin EmersonIan Koenig, Alessandro Perilli) discovered the VMware Labs web site over the weekend. As many pointed out, it’s absolutely cool.

I actually knew it was going to be online this past weekend, but would like to get official announcement from the company before blogging it. The reason I knew the site to go live is because the vSphere Java API I created is one of the first 10 projects.

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As expected, all the projects there are not products, therefore not officially supported. But it’s a great way for the company especially R&D team to know what user and developer communities like. So it’s important to exercise your influence by voting for the projects you like. If many folks like a particular project, it’s possible that the project becomes a product officially supported by the company in the future.

Since you are reading this blog, I assume you likely use vSphere Java API directly or indirectly. Please take a moment to vote 5 star for vSphere Java API here.

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  1. Alex C
    March 15th, 2010 at 01:36 | #1

    I agree the Flings site is absolutely cool. They have made download so simple, I have been using vSphere Java API and was glad to see it part of the initial Flings. Will be glad to vote for it. Thanks

  2. March 15th, 2010 at 19:47 | #2

    Hi Alex,
    As the creator of the vSphere Java API, I am glad you like it. Thanks for your vote! Your vote is very important to us.
    -Steve

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