In normal fashion as of late, there's another Microsoftie taking the Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) stage this week.

Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President of Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft, is set to take questions during an AMA session on February 27, 2014 at 11am PST. You've heard me talk about Brad a lot here on Windows IT Pro and also on myITforum. Brad and I go way back, so I know his Q&A will be entertaining and informative.

There are quite a few people I've talked to that will be in attendance to get answers to some burning questions and those answers may prove valuable to all of you. Those I know who will be in attendance will be asking about the death of the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS), how TechEd will look this year with the MMS merge, and why nearly all MVP community sessions for TechEd were declined, despite being vetted and approved by a community-focused panel.

The answers should be interesting, and may be the single reason to attend.

I hope to see you there!

P.S. If you're running Windows 8.1, I've located probably the best Reddit app after extensive testing. If interested, jump out to the Windows App store and grab Redditting.
 

P.S.S. Follow Brad's Twitter account for the link to the AMA when it's posted. @InTheCloudMSFT