For the past ~9 years I have had the personal and professional pleasure to be a Premier Field Engineer (PFE) with Microsoft. I love the passion and knowledge that my peers and I share on a daily basis with our customers and each other. Recently though an opportunity opened up that I couldn’t say no to.
Starting May 26th I am joining the Microsoft Graph team as a Sr. Customer & Partner Experience (CPX) PM. This is an entirely new role for the team and I will be the first member. I’m looking forward to the new opportunities and working with amazing teammates, many of whom I’ve worked with on side projects for the past 1-2 years.
I plan to continue writing content for my personal blog at least every other month, but you may see more Microsoft Graph related content or cross postings on the Microsoft Graph Blog. Considering that my highest viewed posts in the past few years have been Microsoft Graph related that may not be much of a change though 😉. I’ll also be more active on the newly released Microsoft Q&A site as well as Stack Overflow under the “microsoft-graph” tag.
Thanks to everyone who has helped and encouraged me in my growth with Microsoft Graph. Special thanks to Jeremy Thake, Yina Arenas, Jason Johnston, Darrel Miller, Vincent Biret, Gavin Barron, Srinivas Varukala, and many more.
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Stoked to have you onboard mate! Your work on the 30 days of graph blog that you led was awesome!
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Congratulations, Brian! You’re going to do great things with the Graph Team – I know it!
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