I found my new cheese

Of course that is referring to Who moved my cheese?, but the reality behind the analogy is still the same.  I no longer am working in Product Support (CSS) as a Senior EE.  I am now working as a PM (Program Manager) within the MOSS Product Group in Redmond (I have moved from Texas to Redmond).  Specifically…

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Introducing Steve Sheppard and his series on SharePoint Performance

Steve is one of the lead Escalation Engineers on my team.  This generally represents the highest technical level within Microsoft product support .  He has joined the SharePoint blogging community with a series of posts on SharePoint v3 performance optimization.  Steve has done a significant amount of work in this area recently as well as many other areas of SharePoint…

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Introducing Scott Fellman

Scott is a Support Escalation Engineer (SEE) on my team.  SEEs are the non-bug component of Escalation Services which is “where the buck stops” within Microsoft product support.  He has joined the SharePoint blogging community with a few posts on outlook interop, but Scott works with everything so don’t expect to see a trend here.  Scott does a…


Introducing Tony McIntyre

Tony is a Senior Escalation Engineer on my team.  This represents the highest technical level within Microsoft product support .  He has joined the SharePoint blogging community with a series of posts on crawl perf tuning.  Tony has done a significant amount of work in this area as well as many other areas of SharePoint (including…

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SharePoint Dev Launches a team blog

For those of you that haven’t noticed, the SharePoint team has launched a blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint This blog already has provided some very interesting content around the Office 12 SharePoint story from the perspective of the folks who make the decisions.  It is definately worth adding to your aggregator.For those of you that have asked,…