Last week, I presented my first session ever on TechEd. I co-presented the session PCIT-B341 Upgrading Active Directory the Safe Way: Using Virtualization Technologies with Mike Resseler in the last presentation slot of TechEd North America 2014 in Houston. The story how I obtained the speaker position (in typical MVP manner) can be found in … Continue reading "Pictures of my presentation at TechEd North America 2014"
This week I’m in Houston for Microsoft’s 2014 TechEd North America event. Yesterday, at the TechExpo, I ran into a couple of familiar faces. I talked to Ben Armstrong for a while, together with Didier van Hoye, MVP Hyper-V. While we were getting drinks for the guys at the booths, we ran into Mike Resseler, … Continue reading "I will be speaking at TechEd North America 2014"
Next week, Microsoft organizes TechEd North America in Houston. As I’ve written last week, I’ll be attending, but you might not have gotten your hands on a ticket… this event is sold out. However, you can still use your ginormous bandwidth (in contrast to the Hotel Wi-Fi in Houston) to be the first to get … Continue reading "Keep up with TechEd North America 2014 (Houston) even when you’re not an attendee"
As a TechEd North America Alumni, I was thrilled to hear TechEd North America will be held in Houston, Texas this year from May 12, 2014 to May 16, 2014. Since “Everything is bigger in Texas”, I though the booths would be bigger as well. Of course, I applied to staff and speak at TechEd … Continue reading "I’m attending TechEd North America 2014"
Last week, Microsoft Netherlands organized the 2014 TechDays at the World Forum in The Hague, where both Dutch and Belgian Developers and IT Professionals enjoyed two days of sessions, networking opportunities and catering. On Wednesday April 16th, Raymond Comvalius and I were scheduled to deliver a 75-minute presentation on Bring Your Own (BYO), so we … Continue reading "Pictures of the Dutch 2014 TechDays"
I’ve had the pleasure of hosting three Microsoft IT Camps in the past three weeks and with them, effectively, organizing the unofficial ‘Hyper-D Farewell Tour’… Hyper-D (Daniel van Soest) and I hosted all three IT Camps, consisting of four half-day Windows Server 2012 R2 Camps and two half-day System Center 2012 R2 Camps, following this … Continue reading "Pictures of the three Dutch IT Camps (The unofficial Hyper-D Farewell Tour)"
I’m very excited to announce I’m listed to speak on the TechDays event, hosted by Microsoft Netherlands on April 16 and April 17, 2014 at the World Forum in The Hague. Of course, just like previous Dutch TechDays events, I’m also on the roster for the Ask the Experts. This is my 4th consecutive year … Continue reading "I’m speaking at the Dutch 2014 TechDays"
Last Wednesday and Thursday I visited CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, Germany with three of my esteemed colleagues: Adnan Hendricks, Michiel de Jongh and Bas Lips. We saw interesting new technology, met interesting people and concluded we, indeed, live in interesting times. Our day at CeBIT started around 5 AM at our Delft Office, where we … Continue reading "Pictures of CeBIT Hannover 2014"
People who know me, know me as a guy who likes to motivate people with random bets. It’s not intrinsic motivation, but it’s the kind of motivation that gets things done. A few weeks ago, I made a bet with a couple of colleagues. These colleagues were competing in the Winter 2014 worldwide PowerShell Scripting … Continue reading "When you lose a bet…"
Last Friday, I co-organized the CloudOS MVP Roadshow with Microsoft Netherlands in ‘De Werf’ (nicknamed ‘the Auditorium’) at Microsoft Netherlands in Schiphol, The Netherlands. With our team of Microsoft employees and Microsoft MVPs we created a fantastic free all-day event for the 57 attendees. We started the event at 9:30 AM with a introductory speech … Continue reading "Pictures of the Microsoft Netherlands CloudOS MVP Roadshow"