OK, so when I first sat down to pen my OOF a couple of weeks ago, something just grabbed me, and out flowed (from my pen that is) Haiku.
Now, it seems I cannot communicate in anything but Haiku!
So let’s try and follow the trail...
My original post
August almost upon usEmail response slowDave preparing for TechEd
Franky picked up on it
So I decided to write him one...
Winter joins the wide eyed manI prepare to learnEmail slows like Katsura silt
Then Franky went Haiku nutz!
as did ...
Thanks for your message,TechEd stuff slows response byelectronic means.
The face of TechEdFunny posters down the hallsBig loud yellow shirt
It then found its way into Microsoft Australia’s Internal Newsletter, ANZ Intercom, and I also penned one for the MSDN Flash...
Minds clear like Saki they come To be with their kin In the hearthstone of learning
And finally, on Berno’s blog, a special one I wrote for him upon his return from Imagine Cup...
The newest old oneInbound from battle of dreamsTimely return home
So, make sure you drop me a note or link with your TechEd Haiku! It’s easy, and surprisingly therapeutic and fun. How do you Haiku? Think of a topic, make sure you go with a syllable pattern, I use 7-5-7 or 5-7-5, and be as descriptive as you can.
Also, as Rob only ever links to posts I do on Team System, I thought I’d give the TFS team a Haiku too!
The foundation protects codeProgress for all eyesMany hands ship teams hard work
See you at TechEd, where if approached, I will create you a personal Haiku on the spot! Howzat!