1991 was a big year for me.
I got married.
I bought a house.
My first child was born
19 reminds me of “Only Nineteen“, which a song by Aussie folk group Redgum. Not that I am comparing my job to military combat, but read into it what you want 😉 The song has a “Frankie” in the lyrics, which connected me to it.
Today I continue the Microsoft tradition which dictates that I bring in a pound of M&Ms for each year that I’ve been an employee.
The resume hasn’t changed that much over the year, apart from a title adjustment
|May 1991||Sep 1993||Microsoft Canberra, working as a Systems Engineer|
|Sep 1993||Aug 1994||Microsoft Corp, @ Executive Briefing Center|
|Aug 1994||Oct 1995||Microsoft Corp, in the Advanced Technology Group, working on Interactive TV|
|Nov 1995||May 1997||Microsoft Australia, MSN Technical Director|
|Jun 1997||Jun 1999||ninemsn CTO|
|Jun 1999||May 2001||Microsoft Region, Digital Media dude|
|May 2001||Aug 2007||Microsoft Australia, Developer & Platform Evangelism (DPE)|
|Aug 2007||Current||Microsoft Corp, Director – DPE Field Community & Readiness|
I’ve been caught up in the day to day of my job recently and my blog has been gathering some dust recently – it’s even prompted some emails from folks checking in on me. I’m ok. I’m doing fine. I haven’t kicked a mine like Frankie did “the day that mankind kicked the moon”.
Ok, time to share those M&Ms
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