We arrived around lunch and hardly recognized the place. They’ve done some real renovations and the place looked like new. Really nice!
We had lunched, prepared our setup and demos, and then kicked off the first presentation:
Right before the break, I showed our audience the Troy Hunt’s haveibeenpwned.com website. Hilarity ensued when some students found out classmates were breached 12 times and pasted 10 times…
The foundation was laid to talk about Azure Identity Protection and such on the second part of the presentation.
We had a lot of fun!
Fortunately, the guys from MBO 4 also enjoyed the session. Ronald Wassink and Arnold Maatman gave us some big compliments afterwards, which is always a nice thing when you’re working together with inspiring and motivating teachers like them.
We’re honored to be a part of the education of these students, showing them the importance of a life of learning to avoid being replaced by software.
Raymond and I are teaching High School students on Enterprise Mobility and Azure
Raymond and I will be inspiring a new group of High School students
Pictures of our BYOD High School session
Raymond and I will be delivering our BYOD Show to High School students