I was recently informed by Microsoft that my Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in the Cloud and Data Center Management category has been renewed for the 2017-2018 award year. It may come as no surprise that my specialization remains focused on PowerShell for my 2nd year as an MVP. As the PowerShell framework now extends across Mac, Linux, and Windows environments, the usefulness of this object oriented and friendly language continues to gain momentum and popularity.
I’d like to say thank you to those that regularly return to the blog to learn more about PowerShell and the technological adjacent posts. If you’re new to the blog, I recommend both the Automation for Operations Series and The Power of PowerShell Series in addition to any posts tagged with PowerShell. I’m also open to any topics that you’d like to see covered in a future post – just drop me a line!
It has been a delightful two-way street of learning new things and sharing what I’ve come across through various mishaps and successes. As a reminder, two of the projects that I continue to maintain in some fashion – Vester and the PowerShell Module for Rubrik – are still more than happy to receive your PowerShell skills via GitHub! I’m especially proud to see what the community has put into the Vester project with a special hat tip to Brian Bunke for pouring endless energy into the code, issues, and pull requests.