Automating the world one-liner at a time…
I was just reading a blog post where they were showing al the SCVVM commands in a list. I was going to refer them to my blog which shows how the display that list of commands in a really nice format. I have no idea where that blog post is so I decided to search for my name and scvvm. Here is what I got:
I think I'm going back to the old family name: Sznarwakowski.
Sure I'll spend the rest of my life telling people how to pronounce and spell it but at least I won't be confused with a serial killer/sex cannibal or an Enron felon.
Oh wait! It gets better (worse?). I didn't remember Jeffrey McDonald until I looked him up, he was the Green Beret Doctor convicted of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters.
That's just swell.
Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx
"Sure I'll spend the rest of my life telling people how to pronounce and spell it"
and You will be proud because this surname have Polish roots (but I see it first time in life :p (but end of the word is really typical)(yeh, I'm Polish))
happy new year :p
Just goes to show, SCVVM can make a murderer out of anyone. (sorry, sorry, I know, I know)
Well, as long as it isn't your name it is anyway :D
I have a famous singer to compete with my name so I get 0 results for my name and everything for him.
http://www.howtosaythatname.com is really nice site that helps you (currently is down due to maintenance) pronounce names correctly, you can point people to this site in your mail signature :)))
Don't worry, nobody really uses Live Search. This would be just one example of why.
You get much more relevant search results with the right anacronym for System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM, not SCVVM). :)
Now you know why PowerShell supports wildcards so many places!
No need to do this anymore. Your blog post is now the only item found for this search.
You might want to, in the future, try using Google's search engine. Results are more in line with the info you were seeking.
My family here in the Detroit area changed their name from Sznarwakowski to Snover back in the 60's. I say go back to the original. Much more fun.
@matt - Maybe we are related. My dad came from Detroit. I think he changed his name from Sznarwakowski to Snover in the 40's or 50's.