It has been a while since I blogged from here for many reasons. As I developed into my role as a community lead at Microsoft, I began to feel strongly that the best way to communicate a message is not through an individual blog, but through a team blog. Why should someone have to listen to my blog to find out details about a beta or an upcoming event or any other news?
Having said that, I think that there is a role that my blog can play for a smaller audience who may interested in what kinds of things we are doing in terms of community in the Server and Cloud Division and also across Microsoft.
Clearly, well at least to me, discussion of future release is out of bounds. I will be discussing community efforts in terms of our in market products.
Some topics that I plan to discuss soon and over the next couple of months:
I could go on, but I think this will be a good start. If you have any other ideas on what you would like to hear about, please let me know. You can reach me in a lot of places. Post a comment on this blog, contact me via facebook (I am the only Kevin Beares up there last time I checked), LinkedIn, Twitter.
I hope you enjoy the read and please share with your friends if you find the conversation valuable.
Kevin BearesSenior Community Lead (Breadth Customer Engagement Strategist)
I'd add in the partner forums a recap of the top issues.
On wiki we/you need to stress tagging. It's hard to got back and find some of the posts on the wiki.
I'd identify official twitter-ers so that we know who is authoritative.