Deploy a SharePoint 2016 Standalone VM in Azure using PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC)

In the PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) world, you really have two options when it comes down to configuring a machine. You can either use Push mode to manually “push” a DSC script into a machine’s Local Configuration Manager (LCM) memory, or use a Pull Server and connect your machine to it and let them […]

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My Microsoft Virtual Academy Session on Office 365 Development

I just realized that I never truly advertised on my blog the session I delivered back in March 2015 for the Microsoft Virtual Academy in Redmond, on Office 365 Development. This full day session was recorded live on March 24th, with my co-host Christopher Harrison. We had a blast! The audience asked several great questions […]

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Bridging the Gap Between IT Pros & Devs using PowerShell

The title of this article also happens to be the title of my PowerShell book. For a long tiem I’ve been wanting to go and write a non-technical article explaining how I envision the future of traditional IT shops with the rapid growth of PowerShell in the industry. When I first started working with SharePoint […]

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