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Month: December 2017

2017 in Review

2017 in Review

A review of 2017 Here we are near the end of 2017 and I find myself reflecting on the past year.   As always there have been good and bad areas through the year but overall it’s been not to bad a year.  Focusing primarily on what I’ve been doing here on the blog, other social media and in the community generally it’s been an exciting year!! In 2016 I wrote 20 blog posts, in 2017 I’ve wrote over 45 blog…

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Why You Should Join a User Group in 2018

Why You Should Join a User Group in 2018

As we head into 2018 I thought a post covering the value of getting involved with your local community in the form of user groups would be appropriate. 5 reasons to get involved 5.  With the amount of product updates that Microsoft and other vendors are rolling out at a rapid rate, it is hard for us, as individuals, to keep track.  Getting involved with your local user groups helps you to keep up to date with the various different…

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Hello Microsoft!

Hello Microsoft!

I am joining Microsoft in January and I am super excited about it! Back in October I traveled down to the Microsoft Reading Offices and took part in several interviews.  The interviews covered off various topics and I took the team through some presentations that I had prepared.  After an anxious few days I received the call confirming a job offer.  After going through the usual background checks, I am now a month away from starting my new role. When…

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Glasgow Azure User Group 2017 Review

Glasgow Azure User Group 2017 Review

The Beginning Back in February when I was given access to an Azure MSDN account with free credit to use I was a little lost.  After much searching on the Internet and trial and error I started to figure things out within the Azure world, but I was hungry for more.  After more time on the Internet I discovered that there were no user groups in Glasgow or Edinburgh where I could go and get some helpful hints and find…

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