TechNet on the Road team gets 2nd place in Newcastle pub quiz


In preparation for TechNet on the Road in Newcastle, the team travelled up last night and our Geordie pal Jonathan taxied us to a nearby pub. To our delight, not only was the beer nicely cold for Steve, but it was pub quiz night 🙂

I have never heard of a more complicated set of rules for a pub quiz - there were jokers to play, anagrams, pictures, quartet round, and the list goes on.

So we had 4 Microsoftees and an IT guy from Newcastle Uni and you can imagine the smiles that came across our face when this question was asked.....

"What is a common term used for people who steal information from other people's computers, often for malicious gain"

Comments (6)

  1. Anonymous says:

    As James points out, after posting a less than flattering picture of him with the team when we were so

  2. Anonymous says:

    It was wonderful to see so many enthusiastic people at our event in Newcastle today. Upon reflection

  3. Anonymous says:

    In my quest trying to find something for an earlier post, I found this image which was too good not to

  4. Jonathan Noble says:

    I’m like Wilson; Tim Allen’s neighbour from Home Improvement – you only ever get to see the top of my head. 😉

  5. Andrew Woodward says:

    I’m sure you all looked at lot happier than you do in the picture.  🙂

  6. Vilyamok says:

    <a href= >phil town</a>

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