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Anders Bengtsson

MVP awarded 2007,2008,2009,2010

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I’m heading to Microsoft to be a Premier Field Engineer

After a number of years as consultant I have decided to accept a new challenge. I have accepted the position as a Premier Field Engineer with focus on System Center at Microsoft in Sweden. I really looking forward to this new challenge which will let me learn new things and do a lot of the things I am good at. I will start at Microsoft in Stockholm/Sweden next week. In case you are wondering what a PFE does, please take a look at this job description.

I will miss my colleagues at Atea; I have really enjoyed their company and learned a lot of things. Of course I will also miss the MVP group, but we will meet again I’m sure. I will continue to run my blog here and work for the community, as usual.


  1. Hi, it was multiple interviews during the process. I think the most important part is to simple be yourself. Good Luck! Let me know how it went

  2. Hey there… i guess u made a good choice and obviously were skilled to get in…. on a different note, I have an interview coming up for a PFE, would you, happen to know what kind of question they’ll ask you. Any light you shed will definitely help me in getting through… Its for a general, server support, AD, little exchange kind of work.

    Thanks. you can reach me at r2000gy@yahoo.com

  3. The very best of luck to you in the new role. I hope we’ll still have opportunities to work together in the future. And, hopefully, I’ll see you at TechEd next month.

  4. Fair winds and following seas my friend. You are among the best of men I have known. Good luck, have fun.

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