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About the Lync Server 2010 PowerShell Blog
What the Blog is For
Consider this blog your one-stop shop for all things relating to Windows PowerShell in Microsoft Lync Server. Here you’ll find articles, scripts, and eventually videos and other things that are all designed to help you learn how to use and become increasingly proficient at working with the Lync Server implementation of PowerShell.
That was a long-winded way of saying “If you want to know how to do something in PowerShell for Lync Server, come here.”
To find out more, check out our FAQ. And find out why we refer to this as the Un-Blog.
Who We Are
The Lync PowerShell Blog is run by Greg Stemp and Jean Ross, Programming Writers on the Microsoft Lync Server UA team. Here’s a little more about them:
Greg Stemp: Greg used to be famous. He isn't anymore. He was the original Scripting Guy and founder of the Script Center. Unable to completely abandon the world of scripting when he left the Script Center, he decided to get in on the ground floor of the first implementation of Windows PowerShell from the Lync Server team.
Jean Ross: Jean was never really famous. She gained moderate notoriety as the original Scripting Editor on the Script Center (and for something having to do with staples in her head). Like Greg (and the only way she’s like Greg), she's decided to focus her attention on Windows PowerShell for Lync Server.
How To Reach Us
If you have questions or comments on anything having to do with this blog or Lync Server PowerShell in general, send email to email@example.com.
Where Else We Are
We’re on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=129308310430391
We’re on Twitter.
Who Else Is Here
Believe it or not, Greg and Jean don’t do all of this alone. They get a lot of help and support from other members of the Lync Server UA team and the Lync Server PowerShell team. In particular:
Cezar Ungureanasu. Program Manager for PowerShell in Lync Server. The one who keeps us all on track.
Edwin Young. Lead Developer, the one who (along with a great team) makes it all work.
Tina Fan. Test Lead, the one who (along with a great team) makes sure it all works right.
Chloe Brussard. UA Team Manager, the one who (tries to) keeps Greg and Jean in line.
Patricia Anderson. UA Team Manager, the one who (tries to) helps Chloe keep Greg and Jean in line, while keeping the rest of the UA team on track.
And of course we have plenty of other teammates and contributors who make is possible to do all of this. (That’s the catch-all for everyone we left out. In other words, if you didn’t see your name here and thought it should be, well, you’re a teammate or contributor.)