A Lot Can Happen in a Year
Wasn’t 2010 a peach?
Let’s see (and in no particular order): I lost one job, got a much better one shortly thereafter, and married Barbara.
September 18, 2010
Barbara and I invited 60 of our friends and family to our home in Redmond, WA. It was a perfect weekend. It rained Friday night, but we had a tent on the deck so folks could enjoy a smoked brisket dinner without getting drenched. The sun came out on Saturday morning, so rather than getting wet we got sunburned during the ceremony.
We didn’t go on honeymoon immediately due to the good weather right here at home, electing instead to drive down to Utah over Thanksgiving and take in the sights at Arches National Park. What a place!
We enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with family in western Colorado and then drove home.
A couple days after the wedding I started my new job at Microsoft. I’ve joined Microsoft’s Developer and Platform Evangelism group – Azure ISV Incubation. This is to say that I focus my attention on technical enablement of ISVs that want to bring new applications to Microsoft’s cloud: Windows Azure. This will be the focus of most of my new posts.
Senior Architect Evangelist