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Hi everyone, for those of you that do not know I am moving on and leaving my role in System Center as a Sr Technical Product Manager for Configuration Manager.
My 10 years in Microsoft have been absolutely amazing, first in the UK as an MCS Consultant, and a Windows Client Specialist. Then, for 5 years in Redmond where I have had the privilege of working with the System Center team as a Sr TPM. I found my days to be exciting, fun, challenging, and surrounded by some of the smartest people in the world. The bar is tremendously high in Microsoft, and the ConfigMgr team have exemplified those standards with consistently shipping high quality products on time. There are too many people to thank, and I would rather not say goodbye, but merely thank you, and lets keep in touch.
I am not going far. I am joining a Partner who are members of the System Center Alliance, and I will remain in the Redmond area. I will continue to blog at this new site, as well as through my new company’s resources. I am available on all the social channels (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter), and email – and I will be attending all of the same conferences, just with a different shirt on .
This blog will continue in some very capable hands, and I look forward to following it regularly moving forward.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
Thank you for all the work on the SCCM!
Good luck on your new challenge!
Jeff, you will be missed, thank you for the difference you've made to the public updates from the system center team.
Best of luck Jeff!
Best of luck in your future endeavors, Jeff!
I'll echo Christian's comment, you've done a great effort on raising the amount of information pushed out publicly around the System Center stack, I only hope it now doesn't decline.
Good luck in your new adventure ;)
Hey, we've never met but I've enjoyed reading your posts. Good luck and enjoy!
All the best Jeff. You'll be missed for sure.
Have very good future and all the best for new assignment