Microsoft Azure Samurai Eric Golpe

Tidbits from a member of the AzureCAT team.

November, 2012

  • Microsoft Azure Samurai Eric Golpe

    Azure PowerShell Tip

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    Many tutorials or operations call for the use of Windows Azure PowerShell cmdlets. Assuming you have them installed via WebPI with the latest SDK, you might have noticed the Azure PowerShell shortcut simply sets the path to the commandlet module manifest...
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About AzureCAT Eric Golpe

I work at Microsoft Corporation as a Senior Program Manager (the code-writing, engineering type) for the Microsoft Azure Customer Adoption Team (AzureCAT), within our Cloud and Enterprise division. I focus on large, complex projects and next-generation activities for our internal and external customers of our Azure engineering team.   My sub-specializations include compute services, networking, IoT devices, Linux, and cloud security, privacy and compliance.  Prior to my career at Microsoft, I gained experience in a few major areas: enterprise architect for a large, well-known multinational shoe manufacturer; ran my own Information technology consulting and training company in Southeast Asia;  was an international bakery consultant; and did some work in public safety, including law enforcement, fire service, and emergency medicine. I currently live in the Greater Seattle area with my wife and children.

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