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Vote for Ronald Bartels in the IT Blog Awards hosted by Cisco

Please can you vote for me (Ronald Bartels) in the international Cisco awards at the following link: http://cs.co/itblogawards. I'm in the analyst section. I'm one of the only ones from South Africa. I would also appreciate it if you could mention it to others as well as it would be awesome if we have a representative from this neck of the Savannah do well. 
Siyabonga kakhulu ndoda /nkosikazi
My articles are published at the following links:
LinkedIn articles: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronaldxbartels/detail/recent-activity/posts/ 
Medium stories: https://medium.com/@ronaldbartels 
I have also been added to the writing team at IoT for all. Check in to see my articles about the Internet of Things! 

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