Career

Presenting at TechMentor 20 in Redmond

Great News! I was selected to present at TechMentor in Redmond, WA on August 9th, 2018. My session will cover how to build a new career in 5 hours a week. Topics will include why you need to be learning all the time, how to put together a learning plan, and how to get the skills for that new job or…

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New Home…

Greetings True Believers! It’s been some time since we’ve chatted… Just laying down a post on the new platform. I decided to, once again, move my blog over to WordPress and running on Azure.Hopefully, I’ll be able to get the content from the old site migrated without too much hassle. Stay tuned for lots of good stuff on PowerShell, Azure,…

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The Equifax Hack and What You Need To Do

As many of you know, Equifax was hacked in late July and exposed 143 million people’s sensitive financial information. I’m not going to go into the details of what happen because it’s more important now for you to take steps to protect your credit. Who is ImpactedIf you are a US, Canadian, or UK citizen, you need to check below.…

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PowerShell: Getting Started – Just Released on Pluralsight.Com

  I just authored another course on Pluralsight that I’m very excited about. It’s called PowerShell: Getting Started, and it is part of Pluralsight’s growing IT Ops catalog. This course is specifically designed to teach entry-level IT Pros (Help Desk, Desktop Support) w/ no PowerShell experience how to use PowerShell in their day to day lives. While it is designed for…

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Certification, MTA, Server 2008 R2, Windows Server

Windows Server Administration Fundamentals – Part II is LIVE!!!

At long last, Part II of my Windows Server Administration Fundamentals course on Pluralsight.com has made it through the gauntlet of production, and it’s now available to all Plursalsight subscribers. Many of you have reached out to me inquiring about the status of this course and I’m happy it’s finally available for you. Like part I, it is based around the Microsoft…

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Surface Pro 3: Just what I was looking for

Like many of you, I spent the morning watching and tweeting about the Surface Pro 3 announce at the Surface Event in NYC. Many people were expecting a Surface mini to be released, but in hindsight, Surface Pro 3 makes much more sense from a customer standpoint and sales standpoint. With the lukewarm acceptance of Surface RT, a 8″ tablet…

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