I've been traveling this week and spent a couple of days in Washington D.C were I presented two sessions at a small technology conference for overseas schools (K-12). I had a great time presenting and interacting with attendees from all over the world - my Microsoft focussed sessions definitely stood out at a conference heavily dominated by Google.
The highlight of my week was the email I received this morning from the Microsoft MVP program presenting me with a 2016 MVP award. This is my third MVP award and as always I'm honored to part of the MVP community. I'm very fortunate to have the opportunity to interact with so many folks who I admire and respect as often as I do.