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May 11
Through the Looking Glass

When you look in a mirror, what you see is a reflection. This reflection can show you both what is behind you and what is before you. I’ve decided to take a look in the mirror. Some of you, are undoubtedly humming “I’m looking at the man in the mirror, I’m asking him to change his ways” aren’t you? It’s okay, so am I. So why am I looking in the mirror, well I’ve decided that a change is due, I’m looking at what is behind me as well as what lies ahead.

Today, Friday, May 11, 2012 is my last day with Summit 7 Systems. I have enjoyed my time here and learned so much. So I’m looking back at this time with fond memories and hopes for their future. I will greatly miss working with many of the people at Summit 7 on a daily basis, but do hope to continue to work with them in the community. It’s only because we have such a strong SharePoint community that I can know that I will see each of them again at events and be able to continue to foster those relationships.

I’m also looking forward! I’m very excited about what lies in front of me. I have taken a position as a Premier Field Engineer (PFE) with Microsoft. I will be working with new clients and customers, facing new challenges. The coming months are packed with learning and opportunities like none I’ve ever had before. I’m up for the challenge and look forward to meeting it head on.

I hope you will all take a moment to look in the mirror and see what has happened in the past, evaluated it and move forward to the new challenges lying in front of you. This doesn’t mean you have to change positions, but look at your experience and look at where that can lead you in your future!

 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.