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I woke up and had an email saying a book I co-authored was FINALLY published after a year delay! (don't worry, we revised it so it's not a year behind)
So that's pretty awesome.
Because it was supposed to be released a year ago I already did a book presentation in January
This afternoon I went for the AZ-301 exam, Azure Architect Design.
I passed, and with my AZ-300 exam that I passed two weeks ago I can now officially call myself an Azure Solutions Architect
Then I got a call from my dad, who got a call from someone he used to work with who thought about me, who got a call from a customer...
Long story short, I'm calling a company tomorrow (who is a former customer from a previous employer) who may or may not need my services, possibly leaving me with a new customer.
Of course it's very premature to say anything about it, but it's nice to know my name is out there and people think about me
So did nothing go wrong today?
Unfortunately, I got wet in the rain and I spent most of my day wearing wet pants, being cold and having a ridiculous hair cut
Ah well, I'm dry and warm now so all's well that ends well
Careful what you say about the Dutch. My mother was from Dutch extraction, my father from German. When I tell people that, they are inclined to roll their eyes and respond like: "That explains a lot". I have no idea what that is supposed to mean.
Unfortunately, I got wet in the rain and I spent most of my day wearing wet pants...
as long as the whole pants were wet and not only partially in the front...
I'll go get my coat
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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