The Uptake Podcast: Episode 1, London

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“Being part of the community is to belong, to be accepted for who we are and what it is that we love. Everyone has a voice and every voice matters. Through the perspectives, experiences and support of others we find our greatest opportunities and possibilities.”  - Chris Hoard

 

Microsoft Ignite The Tour is in London! Anna talks with UK-based Microsoft MVP guests Simon Denton and Chris Hoard, two people whose career paths have taken impressive turns from civil engineering and education to tech. You’ll learn about how to get certified, what it means and how it boosts your proven experience for your career, to your organization and peers. Also, join the debate of marmite versus vegemite, what’s your choice?

 

 

 

 

Guest Post 
See MVP Chris Hoard's blog post that is part of the Humans of IT Guest Bloggers series in conjunction with the launch of a new community podcast, “The Uptake”, featuring Microsoft Tech Community Lead and podcast show host Anna Chu. 

 

Follow us on Social Media :

Anna Chu | @_achu

Simon Denton |@buildbod

Chris Hoard | @microsoft365pro

Microsoft Tech Community | @MSTCommunity

Microsoft Ignite The Tour | @MS_Ignite

Office 365 Community

Humans of IT Community

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Resources:

Microsoft Ignite The Tour London

Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) 

Microsoft Technical Certifications

Microsoft "Why get certified? Verify your skills and unlock your creativity"

Marmite vs. Vegemite

 

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