So much teaching – so little blogging

I have made a decision that I ought to post more to my blog. Not worth having if it’s not current and dynamic.

So a quick update – I have recently branched out into non-Microsoft topics such as NetApp and EMC Isilon storage solutions both great products, I am looking forward to teaching those in the very near future. So much to learn and teach and so little time.

I taught MOC10961B for the first time last week (Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell) a great course with great labs and so rewarding to teach. The course develops the student throughout and each lab builds on their skills. Written by Don Jones the mastermind behind powershell.org and many PowerShell books such as Learn Windows PowerShell in a month of Lunches – which is simply brilliant too.

It will soon be the case that if you can’t use PowerShell you will seriously limit your ability to use Windows Server and other Microsoft Server products effectively.

Finally I got some really good news this weekend i have been accepted as one of ¬†Microsoft Learning’s MCT Regional Leads for the UK. This will involve acting as a mouthpiece for the MCT community and in communicating the benefits and developments in the programme to MCT’s and prospective MCTS’s all over the UK.

I am looking forward to the challenge ahead.

 

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