Microsoft MVP Once Again

MVP-Logo-smallI never take these things for granted and try very hard throughout the year to provide service to the community. So I’m very happy to share the news that I have been renewed for my 10th year as a Microsoft MVP. My official community is Cloud and Datacenter Management, but I think deep down I’ll always be a PowerShell MVP.

I honestly enjoy the work I do and hope that you find it worthwhile. I will be continuing to contribute to the community through this blog, my articles at Petri.com, my courses for Pluralsight as well as conferences and user group presentations. I look forward to the next year. With the upcoming release of Windows Server 2016 there will be many opportunities. I hope you’ll stick around.

Thank you.

Friday Fun: Well That’s a Fine ToDo!

Today’s Friday Fun isn’t exactly groundbreaking but you might find it useful in your PowerShell script development process. You might even learn a little something about the PowerShell ISE which is really the point of these articles anyway. How many times have you been working on a script or PowerShell tool and know that you’ll have to write some section of code but aren’t ready to tackle it now? Hopefully you are at least savvy enough to insert a comment reminding you what you need to do. So why not make this simple step as easy as possible in the PowerShell ISE?

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