Mike asks: I’ve read in Be the Master how you focus on managing your time. But I get yanked around a lot at work – email, meetings, crises, and I suppose some Facebook and Twitter time. How do I figure out where it’s being wasted? I hope you’ll ask a question, too! And here’s the list of everything …
Luis asks: Long time fan here, first time writer :). Over the last 10 years I’ve learned a lot of Powershell and have increasingly used it more and more at my place of employment. It’s more or less now 80% of my job (which I love!). However, I know that simply working on automation and …
Jeremy writes: In the spirit of ‘Be The Master‘ and the non-binary teacher-student relationship, what is something that you are currently a novice in, and how are you working to approach mastery at it? I hope you’ll ask a question, too! Visit here for info. And here’s the list of everything asked so far.
I’ve started working on a new book, The Culture of Learning. This is a pretty different kind of book for me, and it’s intended for a very specific audience: people within an organization who are responsible for creating or promoting a “culture of learning.”
Sunny writes: If one needs to read more on PowerShell under the hood, for example how powershell interact with the .NET framework where can we start? I hope you’ll ask a question, too! Visit here for info. And here’s the list of everything asked so far.
“Let’s not say goodbye,” the phrase goes, “but rather say farewell.” Kinda stupid, actually.