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In this weekly update video I touch on Azure News, my health and being mindful and the travels that I have coming up this year.

This week in Azure news, I highlight that Bring-Your-Own-Subscription RHEL Images is now GA, which is a good step forward for those who run Red Hat Enterprise Linux on...

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Podcasts

Back in February 2019 I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Paul Stringfellow for his podcast series - Tech Interview Podcast, it was one of the first podcast interviews I ever undertook. I must have done something right as he invited me back along for another show this year.

This tim...

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I noticed the other day that Feedspot had updated their site with the top 50 Microsoft Azure blogs to follow in 2020, and much to my surprise I was part of that list! In 25th place, my blog was listed!

I started my blog back in 2014 and have invested a lot of time and energy into it over the y...

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Public Speaking

One of the things I am looking forward to taking part in this year as part of my Cloud Adovcacy role is speaking at a number of the Microsoft Ignite the Tour stops around the world. There are 30 stops in the tour, some have already happened in 2019, but a lot are still to come in 2020. I will...

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Podcasts

At the end of 2019 I received an email from Anand Kumar R asking if I'd be interested in taking part in an interview for a podcast series. Anand is a Cloud Solution Architect for Microsoft based out of New York. His blog is the Azure Monk site. He ventured into podcasting in June 2019 and h...

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My first weekly update video of 2020, is my 20th weekly update video (that was note planned! lol). I'm back from a 9 day break enjoying time with my friends and family, and getting back into gaming again as I got a PS4 over the holidays!

I also chat about the latest news that has happened over...

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Mechelen at Night

Back in June 2019 I received notification that two of my sessions had been accepted from the organisers at Cloudbrew, I was on holiday with my family in Cornwall and remember being excited by the news! I'd found out about Cloudbrew 2018 to late to submit as a speaker so I was very pleased to ha...

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Glasgow at Night

In February 2020, there is a big tech conference happening - have you heard? It's called Scottish Summit. There are over 90 sessions planned for a great bunch of international speakers covering level 100 - 400 tracks in Azure, Data, Dynamics 365 CE, FinOps, Office 365, Personal Skills, PowerPl...

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Scotland

In February 2020, there is a big tech conference happening - have you heard? It's called Scottish Summit. There are over 90 sessions planned for a great bunch of international speakers covering level 100 - 400 tracks in Azure, Data, Dynamics 365 CE, FinOps, Office 365, Personal Skills, PowerPl...

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This week has been amazing, I transitioned to a new role in Microsoft and am now part of the Cloud Advocate team.

In this weekly update video I talk a bit about that new role and what it entails. I also talk more about the Glasgow Azure User Group, and trying to get involved in Hacktoberfes...

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