A colleague recently asked me to recommend some podcasts I enjoy listening to, and thought that instead of only sharing with him, I'd post here in case I can contribute some perspective to shows that I appreciate. If you'd care to share your own favorites, I'd love to hear from you.Read More
"This session highlights how to manage VMware using Microsoft technologies. Virtual Machine Manager 2012 gives you the ability to manage heterogeneous hypervisor. This session includes: managing VMware infrastructure in VMM 2012 SP1 environment, importing VMware Templates into VMM, utilizing Dynamic Optimization for VMware Hosts, cloud creation for VMware hosts and deploying a service template on VMware".Read More
Are you Getting Things Done? If you're not sure, I'd like to suggest you listen in as Merlin Mann explains how and why David Allen's Getting Things Done [GTD] has made such an impact for him and caught on with so many.
Tune in to the Back To Work podcast (episode 97) to hear Dan Benjamin and Merlin discuss GTD, and compare it with Paleo diet and Buddhism of all things. Dan and Merlin talk about a lot of other things first, so fast forward to 1:30:00 to get right to the good stuff. http://5by5.tv/b2w/97
I recently stumbled across a new (at least new to me) feature on mapmyride.com.
Courses appear to be selections of maps or routes that mapmyride members can highlight for friendly competition. For example, on part of the route I ride if/when I commute on my bike, there's a nice little hill climb that starts near our local bike shop. So I decided to try out this routes idea and share it with you here.
If you haven't yet downloaded and tried out the new Microsoft Private Cloud a.k.a. Windows Server 2012 (with Hyper-V 3.0) and System Center 2012 (now available as SP1 Beta) ... what are you waiting for?
Would you like some more help to know how to get started with these downloads? Then check out http://www.technetevents.com/itcampfiles/ for more free resources on how to setup the server and get familiar with Hyper-V. And of course, I'd be happy to hear what you're interested in, working on, or if there's a question you have on how this is all supposed to work.