Starting in January 2012, I’ll be taking another step in my career by joining the Improving Enterprises team as their new SharePoint Practice Lead. Improving is a firm that focuses on Agile software development as well as certified Microsoft training, and I look forward to continue providing SharePoint consulting to clients, as well as helping to teach Microsoft Official Curriculum training to users as well.
Here’s the interesting difference between this post and the last time I posted about a career change almost 2 years ago – the tools. Back then, I complained about how SharePoint’s new 64-bit requirement made it hard for developers like myself to create VM’s for training and prototyping. But today, I have no complaints – thanx to CloudShare! : ) Yep, now I’ve got a virtualized SharePoint environment waiting for me in the cloud whenever I need it. And I no longer have the headache of dealing with local PC settings or slow-running servers that depend on the number of CPUs on my laptop. Ahhh, the cloud…
More on my CloudShare experiences in future posts. What about you – what SharePoint virtualization strategy will you use in 2012?
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