Excited to Be a 2016 Microsoft MVP in PowerShell

Although today is April Fools’ Day in the states – meaning all news posts should be treated as suspect and considered a hoax – it’s also the day that Microsoft recognizes their annual crop of Most Valuable Professionals for the MVP award. I’m really humbled and excited to share that this is my first year earning the award due to my focus on working with PowerShell, which falls into the Cloud and Datacenter Management segment. You can follow the #MVPBuzz hashtag or the @MVPAward Twitter handle for trending details.

A short blurb from the letter is below.


My journey with PowerShell has spanned over many years, starting around 2008 when I began leveraging the framework to build little bits of automation. Over the past few years, I’ve leaned on PowerShell heavily to automate all sorts of projects: from VMware NSX to vSphere tasks, and on up to the Rubrik PowerShell Module. And while I derive a lot of enjoyment from simply sharing what I learn with you, it is nice to see that the folks in Redmond are also a fan.

I look forward to continuing along this journey, writing about my successes and failures with code, and building more groovy open source content with PowerShell. 🙂