In my last post I spoke about my delight at being selected to speak at PowerShell Conference Europe 2022. I don’t usually do a post-event write-up but this year, this event, was special. And I wanted to say a few things about it.
I always find it useful to learn about what others are using in their office desk setup, and why. After purchasing a new monitor I thought it was a good opportunity to finally sit down and write about my office setup, what I use and why.
This last year has been a difficult one for events, conferences, and user groups. A lot have just shut up their doors and are waiting for the current COVID-19 pandemic to settle down again. As a result, there has not been too many speaking opportunities to come across, even virtually.
When I was awarded the Microsoft Certified Trainer last year, I talked about how it had been on my wish list for some time and how I was blown away by the award. Well, guess what …
I use the word humble a lot, but I truly am humbled to once again be part of the Microsoft Certified Trainer program. I said it all last year, so I’ll keep this short.
Like most people in IT, I’ve taken my fair share of courses and workshops. Back when I started in IT, online courses were not really a thing (it’s true, kids) so they were all taken in person. I was always in awe in how the trainers casually handled the class, the questions and easily talk in depth about their subject. Working primarily in the Windows ecosystem, many of the trainers were Microsoft certified.