Best of luck my friend. Mail me and let us know where you turn up.
Mark, great working with you. Good luck with everything !
Wow, sounds like a major change for you, Marc! I know we'll meet again!
But let's take a second and reflect on the truly awesome job you did at EqualLogic and Dell. The success of this blog has been astounding, going 0 to 60 truly at Ferrari speed! Although I always wince at the in-car shots (don't kill someone!) I appreciate their originality!
Nice work, Marc, and nice work, Dell for having him!
First of all Mark, I have to say, the way you kept your cool as you rolled the car through a complete 360 barrel roll was really impressive , or is that a problem with steering wheel mounted cameras ;-)
Anyway, best of luck.
Best of luck, Marc, in whatever new adventure awaits you. I'm sure we'll meet again in the blogosphere!
Marc, best wishes wherever you end up. Drop us all a line when the dust settles.
Best of luck, Marc
We shall miss your blogging.
But i hope to see your new blogging soon.
Good luck with your new job
It was great working with you at EqualLogic and exciting to see the evangelism you provided to the Dell community.
I wish you continued success as you travel to the next adventure!
As usual, you nailed it with your blog.....thanks for your passion, vision and humor which made the ride on our EL "rocketship" a lot of fun for employees, customers and partners....
All the best to you and your family.....
Mark, great working with you. I'll be watching for you...let's do some more stuff together from your new vantage point.
Marc - I look forward to catching up. I am sure whatever you do next will be very interesting. One thing someone told me not too long ago - listen to your own advice.
Good luck on your new adventure!
I really liked your style, respected your knowledge, and laughed at every dashboard video. See you in your next life - it was fun working with you.
Thanks for work at EqualLogic and thanks for making a small shop like me feel just as important as a big IT shop with lots of arrays :-)
Look forward to seeing where you end up next.