Automating the world one-liner at a time…
Check it out: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/exec/de/snover/default.mspx
One of the biggest Snoopy Dance moments of my life!
BTW - this is really a reflection of how important Microsoft views PowerShell.
I'd love to say more but I've got some Snoopy Dancing to do.
Experiment! Enjoy! Engage!
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
It's an honor well deserved.
Do you think you can work a Get-SnoopyDance cmdlet into v2 before it ships?
Maybe it invokes a WPF animation of your caricature doing the dance to some loosely similar music (to avoid licensing/copyright issues...speaking of which, maybe the cmdlet should be Get-SnoverDance). ;-)
Or maybe the low-key geeky version that outputs to the console some multicolored text like
Jeffrey Snover -- Distinguished Engineer
Followed by the loosely similar music generated using PC speaker beep code (and maybe some raw UI animation [fireworks?]) :-)
Powershell rocks! Hope you can fit out the door with that huge ego now...
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Congrats! A job well done, and as such appreciated!
That's great! Congratulations!
And best of all, the DE pic has your best tie yet!
congratulations, this is a great day.
I'll happily add my congratulations as well!
It's hard to imagine how we'd get along here at MySpace without your efforts. We've been building our operational systems on PowerShell since the days of "Monad" and it's been a critical (and welcome) part of our day-to-day operations ever since.
Your work in both crafting the product as well as being its most enthusiastic evangelist is much appreciated!
Congratulations! A much deserved honour I think... :)
Congratulations - well deserved
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Not because you got your ugly mug up on the msoft site, but for giving us the technology to do so much for so little time and effort, in so many different ways. I believe Powershell is one of those notches in the belt of advancing society to the next level.
It could not be more deserved.
Powershell is a life changer : you and your team have given everyone their computer back.
Congratulations from me too.
This is the reward for all the inspiration you gave to the PowerShell community in the last years.
And I guess the work of the PowerShell team changed the way Microsoft as a whole looks at Windows admin tools. Who could have dreamed up that Windows one day would have a true object oriented shell?
(and I wish I could see that Snoopy Dance on YouTube;)