This year I a bit late as I've been busy with too many things and not caring about the important stuff so heres my attempt at redemption.
I could list off the names of the people but if you pop above you'll see the list so instead heres a quick list of the reasons to go other than actual technical reasons.
Now Mark is the intelligent one with the facial hair. He writes books, talks a lot about IT stuff, hosts a great forum site for Windows people and has a ever growing but suddenly decreasing Irish whiskey collection. This years collection will include a bottle of the following...
Thats got to be a good incentive to come.
Aidan the happy happy guy without the facial hair, is going to lead us on another journey thought the weird and wonderful world of HyperV and all is foibles. When not trying to control the world through the use of System Center Configuration Manager he can be found attempting to photograph great Tits around the world... And we won't talk about Aidan's hair!
Nathan, another person with hair falling off his head, works with Exchange a lot and talks about Exchange a lot at quite a fast rate, sometimes I think hes trying to compete with a SMTP Server. Rumour has it Nathan has a book contract hence the smile. Another keen purchaser of expensive imaging technology. In my quest for something suitable I found this...
Todd is the other intelligent one with the facial hair. He writes books, talks a lot about IT stuff, hosts a great a different forum site for Cisco people . Todd is the greatest cause of Marks ever decreasing Whiskey collection ( He knows where Marks keeps it all). I can't say much more about Todd, as I'm scared of his wife, but don't argue with him about networking it get funs.
Unfortunately Todd will not be able to make it this year due to some unforeseen circumstances. He is sending in his stead a Juniper Firewall ( just as stubborn) and Chuck (just as entertaining).
The gang in the Pungo grill having a bit of fun.
How many MVP's can you count?
The location of my annual Virginia Beach pilgrimage...this will be third year running, the Sunday evening I'm hoping.
Apparently 'I'm a little teapot' is quite a common thing!