Category: Monthly Summary

Buckley Van der Schyff Overfield and Newman at ESPC18

November 2018 Content Wrap-Up

  Looking back over the past month, I kicked things off in November by organizing the Global Office 365 Developer BootcampĀ here in Utah, held at the Microsoft offices here in Lehi. Organized by Microsoft MVPs at various location over a two-month period, the one here in Utah was small, but...

Attending Silicon Slopes Tech Summit 2018

January 2018 Content Wrap-Up

The year began with a blizzard. Thankfully, I found out about it before heading to the airport. I was scheduled to keynote SharePoint Saturday Virginia Beach (#SPSVB), where the event was started a decade ago, but had I boarded my red-eye flight from Salt Lake to Atlanta, I would have...

ESPC17 sign overlooking Dublin, Ireland

November 2017 Content Wrap-Up

After spending three weeks in October on the road in South Africa as part of the AvePoint #RedBus Tour, followed by two sessions at SharePoint Saturday Twin CitiesĀ (#SPSTC) — which made it 4 SPS events in 4 weeks in October — I thought I’d take it easy in November with...

Hanging out with TJ and Todd at #MSIgnite 2017 in Orlando

September 2017 Content Wrap-Up

So much content, and so many activities in September that it feels like I haven’t slept in weeks. Because I haven’t. And it’s not going to improve any time soon, as I depart tomorrow morning for a 3-week road trip to Durban, Johannesburg, and Cape Town South Africa, followed by...

Giant selfie at SPFest Seattle

August 2017 Content Wrap-Up

I thoroughly enjoyed the month of August. Lots going on, a couple cross-ocean flights of non-sleep, and long work days, but the business continues to grow, and more and more opportunities are surfacing each week. Wrapped up a couple large customer projects, generated a metric ton of content (only slight...

Stonehenge

June 2017 Content Wrap-Up

Shortest. Monthly summary. Ever. Not that I haven’t been writing — in fact, I’ve been completely slammed. But almost all of it has been behind-the-scenes work for clients, almost all of it to be published in the coming weeks and months. Aside from the anemic and uncharacteristic number of posts...