Earlier today the counter on my TechNet community profile tipped over from 149,999 to 150,000. A major milestone for me personally as I never expected when I uploaded my first script, Get-FileVersion: Script to check file properties, that I would get this level of feedback. After uploading my first few scripts I remember my excitement when I received my first email from TechNet with a question to one of the scripts. Nowadays I occasionally struggle to keep up with the requests and questions that the scripts generate, and I love the interaction and feedback I have received.
That is also the reason for this post, a thank you to everyone using, breaking and improving my scripts. I have learned a lot and I have revisited some of my ideas on your experiences. It has been very rewarding keeping up with all the developments, suggestions and questions.
I have created a new section on my blog to be able to keep track of the scripts I have released it is available in the top section of this site, Scripts. It contains all the direct links to my script pages and the relevant Q and A sections in the TechNet Script Gallery.
In conclusion I would like to thank everyone from participating in discussions that prompted me to write, re-write and re-re-write my scripts for countless iterations and I hope to hear more from everyone in the future!
|My TechNet Community Profile|
|My entries in TechNet Script Gallery|
|New Script Section|