http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htm I received this question at a TechNet Event IT Camp in Minneapolis a few months ago… Can Chuck Norris write PowerShell scripts? Naturally. And only he can run his PowerShell scripts under MS-DOS 6.1. It’s a little know fact that, after codename “Monad”, rather than “PowerShell”, the name was originally going to be “NorrisShell”. … Continue reading Full of I.T. Shark Week!: Chuck Norris and PowerShell Scripting
Tag: Windows Phone 7
Just For Fun: My Footage of the Grand Opening of the new Microsoft Store at the Mall of America
Yeah… I had some fun attending this event, and shooting this video on Saturday morning. A couple of fun things to notice: Ray Ozzie is in the house Not everyone knows how to spell MICROSOFT.
Breaking News: P2V Migration for Software Assurance is RTW!
RTW = Released to the Web-i-tubesRemember back in late September when I blogged about this cool toolset that, starting with a physically installed Windows XP machine, you would end up with a fresh install of Windows 7 AND that original Windows XP machine running as a virtual machine in XP-Mode?“Yeah.. that sounds really cool! Is it … Continue reading Breaking News: P2V Migration for Software Assurance is RTW!
FREE Boot-Camp for Windows Phone 7 Developer Wannabe’s
…and if you’re a developer, you definitely wannabe.Microsoft is holding some free “boot camp” style events soon for developers interested in learning Windows Phone 7 development . “Boot camp? What’s that?”It’s a full day of intense introductory training; in this case training on how to get started building applications for Windows Phone 7. Here is … Continue reading FREE Boot-Camp for Windows Phone 7 Developer Wannabe’s
Are you “what’s next”?
Dear blog,Yes, I know… it’s been a while since I’ve written anything. True, I shared some of my personal videos from TechEd, plus some resources for attendees to series of presentations I did a little while ago.. but nothing really from the heart; from my personal thoughts or opinions. And isn’t that what a blog … Continue reading Are you “what’s next”?