Reddit Fails but Brad Anderson Answers Q&A Anyway on His Blog

Reddit Fails but Brad Anderson Answers Q&A Anyway on His Blog

Not to be deterred by today's Reddit implosion, Brad Anderson was able to answers questions posed on his own 'In the Cloud' blog on the Microsoft site.

A few days ago I told you about a special Reddit AMA where Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President of Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft, and TechEd 2014 keynoter would make an appearance to answer any and all questions posed to him.

As the time approached for the kick-off and several questions had already filtered through, Reddit took a nose dive and flamed-out. Questions could no longer be posed and Brad's own responses couldn't be seen on the Reddit web site. There's still no report from Reddit about exactly what happened, and of course there were several jokes posed like "Reddit must be running Linux" and "the Cloud died."

Not to be deterred, Brad was able to grab the limited questions that had been successfully posted and has them posted, with his answers, on his own 'In the Cloud' blog on the Microsoft site.

The questions range from silly to serious and Brad takes time to answer them all. Learn a little about Brad as he talks about his Eagle Scout Service Project, hear how there's very little difference now between ConfigMgr and Windows Intune, and the possible future of TechEd.

Read through the Q&A here: Transcript from Today’s Reddit AMA

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