Fun @ the MVP Summit 2016

This year at the MVP Summit was a great one.

I learned a lot of stuff mostly about OMS, System Center, and Azure Stack.

I cannot talk about any of it. 🙂

I can however talk about some of the fun times we had and share some pictures.

 

First picture….a warm welcome to MVP’s from around the world.

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Here is a picture of the US MVPs at the summit!

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Me at the Microsoft Enterprise Engineering Center in Redmond.

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A room full of talented MVP’s! Check out the cool US MVP jersey’s.

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The annual Concurrency MVP dinner. We have 12 MVP’s at Concurrency now!

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Me with MVP and SCOM guru Scott Moss.

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Azure Stack Power in the house or should I say data center. MVP’s Mark Scholman, Florent APPOINTAIRE and me.

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Picked up some really cool Azure Stack stickers.

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Having fun with MVP and SCOM master Tao!

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With MVP’s Kurt Van Hoecke, Jakob G. Svendsen, and Tao.

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With long time MVP and SCOM godfather Cameron Fuller.

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With MVP Annur Sumar.

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MVP and Service Manager master Andreas Baumgarten.

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Solving the world’s problems with David Armour from the Azure Stack team & MVP Sam Erskine @ the MVP Summit 2016 happy hour!

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And the grand finale folks. The annual CDM MVP Whirly Ball tournament.

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As you can see it was intense. Me and MVP Dieter W going for the ball.

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Dieter W on the move.

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Getting some practice in.

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Intense foosball matches.

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One of my favorites. Air hockey!

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Pete Zerger laying down the shots in basketball!

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The MVP Summit is always a good time to hang with friends from all of the over the world and Microsoft.

It is an information packed week that is all under NDA NDA NDA…..

Just know Microsoft is working hard System Center is not dead, OMS is getting more and more features all the time.

Azure Stack is the next big thing and the future is exciting!

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