A few days ago, I got an anonymous mail from a certain "kine" with a somewhat disturbing attachment. Namely this:
So really .. I have to be careful. If that dude catches me .. I'm done! :-/ .
Luckily, I'm quite used to hide myself, isn't it? In fact, it seems like it's all I'm doing lately - hiding in my hotelroom in Orlando .. hiding behind a conventional Microsoft term called "NDA", ... .
It would be ashamed though .. after the recent travels I did, I noticed that I begin to really find my way in those countries. Not only do I find my way in very authentic typical local restaurants, like this one in the US (you see my friend was very proud to have found such a unique place..) (and yes, we bought the t-shirt!)
I'm learning even the "slang" of the local languages as well. Like in Denmark, they have a totally other meaning of the word "iPad" .. mostly used in plural:"padde". But let's not go into that too deeply .. just ask the reporting guy when you're visiting the country.. .
Right now, I'm just flying back in a shaky plane (not sure it's the plane though) from the KT3 event - aka the knowledge transfer of NAV7. And yet again, I must hide myself behind that bloody NDA and tell you that I can't say much about it. All I can say is that it was a very clarifying event. I finally know (let's say understand) what to expect from the NAV-in-Azure-announcement that Paul White did a few weeks ago. This new business opporunity is going to be great .. and you should look forward to the official statements which I can't share.. :(. We are going to be able to do so much more than we're already doing.. :-).
I'm also proud to say that yet again, I made some new fiends - and it really amazes me that everyone treats each other with the greatest respect. Like here is the stratus-guy who did one of the web clients that are available out there:
If you can do that without having hard feelings - you can say you respect each other! And I clearly have the greatest respect for Vjeko! ;-)
Ok ok, i'm just joking around. I was just trying to find a way to share this information. Not only about the Azure stuff .. but also about the "padde", the pictures, .. ;°). I'm so sorry to have wasted your time .. . more useful stuff is coming up soon. I promised someone to write a blog about one of the topics of the webservice-presentation I did - and so I will ;-).
Nice, "embedded" menu :)
Still checking your blog regarding web services demo.
Yee, was glad meeting Waldo and others NAV MVP's at KT3. And to see they are just normal people - are they ??? :) - doing a great job for the NAV Community. /Marius
Respect for you too, Waldo! ;-) No wonder Kine is after you with that checklist :-P
thx for that nice morning laugh :D
irritating first picture; but the "kill"-guy doesn`t seem very competent, considering how long he needed for the list so far. So don't worry, i am sure you are still gonna be around for quite a while :)