MY Christmas present arrived, along with a New Year resolution. I’m now a full-time author at Pluralsight. Look for future technical blog post here!Continue Reading →
So, something is about to change, both in my job and posts to this long forgotten blog. Soon, there will be new announcements and posts…so I hope to build back the trust and followers of the past. Starting January 2015, expect to see more here and still at PowerShell.Org.
I look forward to seeing and talking with everyone!
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I am humbled, honored, and very grateful to have received an email today stating that I have been re-awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Profession award (MVP) for Windows PowerShell. The true award goes to the architect Distinguished Engineer Jeffrey Snover, along with Kenneth Hanson, Erin Chapple and the entire PowerShell product team. Combine all this hard work with the most generous community – striving to help others learn, improving the product, and creating a welcoming environment – and you get ...Continue Reading →
There is a new book out on Exchange 2013 High Availability by Nuno Mota. I’ve been an Exchange implementation engineer for a long time and had several reservations about reading this book. Not because the Author wasn’t qualified, in fact, Mota is a highly respected Exchange MVP. I’ve never met him, but he is widely published because of his expertise and support to the community.
My hesitance in reading this was mainly based on experience from my own customers, which have ...Continue Reading →
We all agree that PowerShell is an amazing real-time and automation management tool. While many of us focus on the in-depth workings of our favorite tool, the real test is in its everyday use managing the products we are responsible for – Exchange being one of mine.
Many of you already know that the Exchange team invested heavily with implementing PowerShell starting with Exchange 2007. This was an enormous risk considering that most ...Continue Reading →