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I am a Female SharePoint Developer (a platinum unicorn). I have been working with SharePoint since I attended the Portal University in 2005. I hold a BA in Computer Science from the University of Missouri - Kansas City. I love playing Rockband, organizing user group meetings, working with code, attending events as a speaker or organizer, and having bizarre conversations about geek things with cool people. If you have any comments or questions fill out the contact form and I will try my best to help.

The Guide of a MOSSLover Becky Isserman's Blog

Heres how you play....Once you have been tagged by a friend, you must then Post a blog with 10 weird, interesting or crazy things we may not know about you. then Choose 10 people to be tagged. List their names and why you chose them Leave them all a YOUR TAGGED comment. You cant tag the person who tagged you.
I honestly don't care if you fill this out...No one is going to cut your hands off or harm you in any weird ways.  The universe will accept the fact that you did not fill out this form.  I felt like doing it...I was a little bored and waiting to play Rockband...Sometimes they are fun to do, because you at least get to know some interesting facts about the other people...

1. My great grandfather was a famous rabbi in St. Louis, Missouri.  He went to Germany and spoke with family members about the Holocaust.  He wrote a pamphlet about the Holocaust, but as per what happened with most people who warned Roosevelt he ignored him.
2. I own two cats Gambit and Rogue named after my favorite X-Men.  Rogue is very emo and acts like she hates Gambit.  Gambit is loud and rambunctious, so there personalities fit.
3. Since I was 10 I wanted to be a surgeon.  In college I majored in pre-medicine, computer science, and math.
4. I was a huge MatchBox 20 Fan in the 90s.  Every time one of there songs is played on the radio I still sing along.
5. My favorite color is purple.  I wish I owned a dark purple coat.  I have a hat that is pink and purple.
6. I have always wanted to live near or in New York City.  My entire life I have lived in the Midwest.  I just want to see what it's like to live somewhere different for a change.  I have always lived within a 300 mile radius of St. Louis.  Kansas City, Chicago, and Springfield, IL...
7. I learned how to keyboard when I was 10 using a 1964 Smith Carona Typewriter.  I used that typewriter to write all my term papers, until I was 14 years old when I bought my first computer with my Bat Mitzvah Money.
8. My dad would not remove the training wheels from my bike until I was 13, so I did not learn how to ride a bike until I was 13.  For the first year of college I road a bike everywhere, including to get the groceries.  I used to ride from North Central College in Naperville Illinois all the way to Jewel/Osco on Ogden Road at least once or twice a week.
9. I started out with Website Design when I was 15 building web pages in AOLPress for a Star Trek Simulation Group on America Online.  A year later I started writing all my websites in Notepad.
10. I went to Orthodox Jewish day school in St. Louis up through 8th grade, where I learned to read, write, and speak Hebrew.  I can still read, write, and speak Hebrew, but not always understand the language.

Here are the 10 people I nominate whether they decide to do this it's up to them:
Jeff Julian
Jerod Crump
John Alexander
Doug Butscher
Sahil Malik
Bil Simser
John Ferringer
Mike Roselius
Michael Gannotti
Brian J. Reeves

Posted on Saturday, March 8, 2008 5:52 PM Personal , Life, The Universe, and Everything | Back to top

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