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Interview with Sherry Kissinger

sherry Last year I had the idea to start a series of interviews with various people in the Microsoft management space. The concept was to have a personal interview with people that we all know because of their contributions to the online management community. The interviews are designed to allow others in the management space to get to know the personal side of the technology person. The first one that I interviewed last year was Wally Mead. Had a fun time sitting down with him while he was taking a break from TechEd.

While at MMS in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with the MOF Master herself, the one and only Sherry Kissinger. Sherry is a ConfigMgr MVP who works for Wells Fargo and is widely known as a expert in getting the most out of the ConfigMgr inventory by making modifications to the sms_def.mof file. Continuing the interview series, here is the conversation I had with Sherry.

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May 12, 2009 - Posted by | interviews, Uncategorized

4 Comments »

  1. […] Interview with Sherry Kissinger « The Realm of the Verbal Processor Published Tuesday, May 12, 2009 3:38 PM by rodtrent Filed under: Community, MMS 2009, MMS, System Center, ConfigMgr 2007 […]

    Pingback by Jarvis’ Interview with Sherry Kissinger at MMS 2009 - Rod Trent at myITforum.com | May 12, 2009

  2. No dice! Never used the mistress term ever. In fact, we’re pushing the right name via the URL: http://www.mofmaster.com

    Nice interview, Jarvis. Got to learn more about Sherry. Lots of these things never come up at work.

    Comment by Brian Mason | May 12, 2009

  3. Jarvis… Great Interview..
    Great information about Sherry (the early years!)

    Brian and the sports Jacket!

    Looking for more interviews in the future!

    Comment by Henry Wilson | May 12, 2009

  4. “Read the log files”…heh…great advice for any IT person. BTW, job one was 1989, not 1985.

    Comment by purpleslog | May 22, 2009


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