Only seven posts this year, how sad is that? Here’s what I’ve been doing while I’ve been not blogging:
- Last December, I joined the INETA Speaker Bureau. During 2005, I spoke to user groups in New York City, San Diego, the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle and Sacramento, and gave a talk at the inaugural Portland Code Camp.
- Due to my increased .NET evangelism, I was reappointed an MVP.
- On May 1, I changed jobs. Same employer, but I’m now the Internal Training Manager. I don’t actually manage anyone; I educate employees and contractors (and occasionally customers) on Corillian’s Voyager platform and products.
- Did a couple of nice bike rides this Summer: Cycle Oregon: The Weekend in June (I wasn’t feeling well, so I only rode Day 1), and the Vine Ride in August. Managed to not expose myself to any strangers this year.
- Also in August, did the Portland-to-Coast Walk with a team from work.
- Finally, in October, Cheryl and I celebrated our 20th anniversary in China.
That’s my year in a nutshell (an appropriate container). How was yours?
Posted by Kelly on February 21, 2006:
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