I and several Microsoft employees and other MVPs started this blog many years ago, at the dawn of the Microsoft x64 era, with the intent of providing a place to find solutions and information around 64-bit Windows computing. And, over the years, I think we did a good job of providing a place for those solutions that the community discovered to reside. After the initial flurry of activity, the rest of the folks who were part of that original group pretty much dropped off, and it became my personal blog, while still trying to stay a bit focused around 64-bit computing. But the reality is that 64-bit is here, and it’s now mainstream. Time for this to retire, and my blogging to move to be more focused on the new things that I am working on and with. So, from here on out, you can find me at my new blog. There I’ll be discussing PowerShell (I am a PowerShell MVP, after all), Windows Server in general, and Windows Small Business Server in its various editions as well. A lot of that Server focus will be around the technology that I live with every day—virtualization. Both machine virtualization (Hyper-V), and application/session virtualization (RemoteApps, Remote Desktop Services, and VDI.) So come on over and say “Hi”.
Microsoft MVP since 2000.