Last week was the MVP Summit of 2013, which I attended. I’m not going to talk about the specifics of the content because there is an NDA to consider. It was a good week to meet up with my fellow MVPs from Hyper-V, System Center, and other groups, with Microsoft Program Managers, with my colleagues from around the world, and to give product feedback.
When wandering, three of the 4 authors of Microsoft Private Cloud Computing saw copies of their book for sale in the Redmond company store:
The Summit party was held in the home of the hated (I’m a 49ers fan) Seattle Seahawks at Century Link Field. This is a Photosynth fro my iPhone:
That party ran until late. MVP Carsten Rachfahl took the opportunity to shoot a video interview with Hyper-V Senior PM, Ben Armstrong (aka the Virtual PC Guy):
It was a good week.
You might have noticed that my blog has been pretty silent recently. A few weeks ago I was deep in my lab working on some stuff. The week before the Summit I flew to Florida for a week of wildlife photography with some friends. That was early mornings and late nights, with little time spent online. Oh – I did save my friends from being eaten by this alligator:
During MVP Summit week I picked up a “cold”. It’s the cold from hell. I’ve been out of work most of this week. I guess those germs were the last of the swag