23 Must-Have Work Tips from a Working from Home Veteran
It’s March 2020 as I write this and the world is changing as I type. Hospitals are crying out for masks, ventilators and other essential services. There is talk about having to pick and choose who dies soon, normally bustling cities are ghost towns and we’re not allowed to touch anyone anymore. It truly is an odd time to be alive.
From the Trenches Stories: Working with What You Have
As I roam the halls and rooms in Seattle this week at the PowerShell & DevOps Summit 2016, I've been directly involved in or have overheard many different conversations. The most interesting discussions include real-world stories; stories that either highlight the successes or struggles of every-day IT life.
PowerShell as a Gateway Drug to Programming
Today, I would like to talk about drugs with those of you who have a desire to begin a career as a successful software developer or who has an interest in learning PowerShell. At this time, you may be questioning how drugs relate to an IT career and PowerShell advice.