Seattle Half Marathon Run – Saving Lives One Mile At a Time

This has been a fascinating year for me. Today I ran my second half marathon with Team in Training in support of Leukemia and Lymphoma society. Thanks to everyone who supporting me and helped find cure for blood cancers. Smile

It was an amazing day around 50 deg with constant rain. There was a huge hill around mile 9 and I was really tired but Team in Training folks had put some pictures of cancer survivors especially one kid was so inspiring in the picture that pain was gone in few seconds. Smile 

Next, I have signed up for a Lavaman triathalon with team and training and taken up a task of raising $5k+. So please help me save lives, every dollar counts.. Smile Please give at http://bit.ly/sudsgive

My Certificate: Completion Certificate

Todays Course

Pictures

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Moving to Xbox Live!!!

This week was 10th anniversary of Xbox and it was my 1st week anniversary at Xbox engineering. Smile Yes you heard me right. I moved to Xbox live team and will be working on content services. Content services are web services that power your Xbox console. My area of focus will be content discovery and search. It is a fascinating space and am sure tons for me to learn. Smile Super excited to go from team that build cloud computing platform to team that is building one of the most saleable cloud application that powers millions of devices.

I enjoyed every bit of my time in Windows Azure Product Management especially working with the team to deliver Windows Azure Marketplace in 26 countries. Smile Will miss my team but am looking forward to my time in Xbox now. Smile

Xbox Turns Ten!

Ten years ago, we launched the first Xbox console. Since then, we’ve launched Xbox LIVE, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 S, Kinect, and lots more. We couldn’t do this without you! Thank you for the first ten years and more to come!

   

Ten Years of Fun with Xbox – Xbox.com

The Rookie Marathon Training Plan

 

On Sunday, November 6, about 45,000 runners will stampede through the five boroughs of the Big Apple in the 2011 ING New York City Marathon. With more than 2 million spectators expected on the course and 315 million worldwide TV viewers, marathon fever is in full force. It’s just enough to make you want to lace up your shoes and sign up for a race in 2012. Whether you set your sights on New York City, or decide to participate in one of the dozens of other 26.2-milers from coast to coast (it’s a good idea to have a back-up choice—more than 100,000 people apply for New York’s 45,000 spots every year), the plan here will help you conquer your first marathon

<a href="http://fitbie.msn.com/get-fit/rookie-marathon-training-plan?videoId=a8273e2f-da24-4bd3-b955-43b510cf76c0&amp;src=v5:embed::" target="_new" title="Why Do You Run">Video: Why Do You Run</a>

The Rookie Marathon Training Plan | Fitbie