I started blogging on MSDN back in 2004 with the best of intentions. I was working with the Engineering Services team as ‘the network guy’ and I was involved in a lot of interesting cases working with our customers on deep networking issues, so I felt I had something to offer to the world at large.
Shortly thereafter, I moved to the PSS Security Support Team here at Microsoft. Without a doubt, this has been one of the most interesting jobs I’ve had at Microsoft but it also involved jumping in deep to a set of new concepts and methodologies. Needless to say, it’s taken me awhile to absorb it all.
Needless to say, the things I write about are going to be a bit different. I’m currently an escalation engineer on my team, working across several different technologies including the Forefront products (particularly the server-oriented products formerly known as Antigen) and security incident response.