So as you may know I left Microsoft DPE back in December of 2011. Don’t worry, it was not a bad departure, I simply chose a new path in life… It was actually a surprisingly smooth transition and I am still deeply connected to DPE. Which is good, because I’m already suffering some withdrawal symptoms, having to wait like everyone else for Beta software bits was brutal. Seriously, how do y’all stand it!?
Not much else has changed. I still love to rant and rave about TFS and Visual Studio on Twitter, I now run the ALM practice for an ALM partner in Chicago, I am still running the Chicago Visual Studio ALM user groupand even have a March event on the books as of right now, and have also signed on for some other great events including ThatConference - which is being run by some awesome dudes, including Clark Sell. Speaking of, keep ThatConference on your radar. Speaker submission opens soon, and tickets will be available in May. I imagine it will sell out quickly and it promises to be fairly spectacular!
This post is a bit light on content, but I have a lot to get my arms around before I start blogging full force again. Also, I’m a billable code-slinger again so that certainly gets in the way occasionally As a matter of fact this week I implemented TFS for a customer in Wisconsin, and migrated our internal TPC to new hardware for Polaris. W00t!
More to come, stay tuned…