Scott Roberts has 12+ years at Microsoft under his belt and is currently the Test Lead for the Exchange CXP [Sustained Engineering] team here in Redmond. For over 5 years, he has been on the Exchange CXP team and before that he was the tester for DSAccess and other Directory related tools. Scott was also responsible for manually testing IMAP/SMTP/POP3 for an older Microsoft Product called MCIS.
Scott lives in Redmond and has resided in Washington for over 12 years. He is looking to attend several of the Washington State user groups over the next year to answer any questions that may arise around servicing, tools, Microsoft Update, and other related areas so that he can ensure that the CXP team properly understands the customer scenarios that are out there.
If you are a user group leader in the northwest and would like to get connected with Scott for possible presentations, drop me a note with your email address and I’ll make sure it gets over to Scott. Possible topics he’ll consider for group meetings include:
1. Servicing via Microsoft Update, WSUS, SMS/Systems Center, 3rd Party
2. Silent install versus UI based install
3. Servicing Cluster Scenarios
4. Servicing E14 DAG Scenarios
5. E12 specific servicing pain points
6. E14 Rollup 1 experience
7. Servicing SBS
For those of you in the Bellevue area tonight, head on over to the Puget Sound Small Business Server User Group meeting in Lincoln Square. Check out http://www.pssbs.org/about/ for directions.