A summary of year 2012

It has been an amazing year for me in many ways, both private and work related things.
But this post keeps the focus on the work related things..

I’ve been involved in a couple of really interesting projects such as a large coexistence between Domino and Exchange (45-50k users), coexistence between Domino and Office 365. Also migrated lots of mailboxes from Domino to Exchange. Besides the “complex” migration projects, I’ve also been involved in a large Exchange transition and storage design with 25-30k users for a customer.

Together with all these projects I was one of the lucky people that were sent to Orlando in September for attending the MEC 2012, which was really good. Lots of great new contents to me and lots of interesting people.

Regarding the community related things, I’m not active anymore at the TechNet forum because I want to spend that time of sharing articles with you out there instead. The forum is a great place to ask questions or search for issues. This post is written the 27th and the 28th of December, at that time I can look back and see that lots of people have found my blog and hopefully you find it attractive. The blog have had around 90k visitors and 130k pageviews year 2012, compared with 2011 which had 40k visitors and 50k pageviews, which is an amazing growth!

I did write a couple of new fresh posts about Exchange 2013, when it still was in a preview version.
I’m really happy that I did post these and shared them with you, in the end I got an offer from Packt Publishing to write an update on a book that Mike Pfeiffer wrote for Exchange 2010 SP1, called “Microsoft Exchange 2010 PowerShell Cookbook” which is a true honor to me that I’m really proud of. So you might have wondered why I haven’t posted so much this autumn, there’s the answer 🙂

Now, I just want to say thanks to all of you out there that keeps reading my blog and comment on posts! Happy new year everyone! See you out there in 2013 🙂

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