Azure, Thought Leadership

Being a Microsoft Regional Director: faith, trust and pixie dust for good

I'm still learning about being a Microsoft Regional Director and I'm figuring things out. I'd like to thank Microsoft here for this opportunity and I'd like to thank the great RD team at Microsoft for their seemingly-endless patience with my questions! Here is my opinion. I don't represent anyone other than myself, and this is… Continue reading Being a Microsoft Regional Director: faith, trust and pixie dust for good

Jen's Diary, PASS Board of Directors

PASS Summit Notes for my AzureML, R and Power BI Presentation

I'm going to have fun with my AzureML session today at PASS Summit! More will follow on this post later; I am racing off to the keynote so I don't have long 🙂 I heard some folks weren't sure whether to attend my session or Chris Webb's session. I'm honestly flattered but I'm not in… Continue reading PASS Summit Notes for my AzureML, R and Power BI Presentation

Azure, Big Data

AzureCon round up: Intelligent Cloud, Applications, Data, Infrastructure, Business Agility and Cloud Ability

I organised an AzureCon viewing party tonight in Hertfordshire, with great team support from Team Awesome over at Cloudamour. We watched a total of four keynotes, running back to back for almost four hours. The keynotes were all awesome and I've blogged some learnings here. First up, was Scott Guthrie (t), igniting the keynotes and kicking… Continue reading AzureCon round up: Intelligent Cloud, Applications, Data, Infrastructure, Business Agility and Cloud Ability

Azure, Microsoft, SQLServerPedia Syndication

sMy handy toolkit for my Azure IoT Project – how the Microsoft Partner Network can help

In this series, I'm writing a bunch of very practical posts on helping you through an IoT project. There are plenty of other posts about the 'why' and the marketing buzz, but this is about the 'do'. If you are using Azure, the chances are that you might be a Microsoft Partner already. There are… Continue reading sMy handy toolkit for my Azure IoT Project – how the Microsoft Partner Network can help