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The old saying is “March comes in like a lion, goes out like a lamb.” Well, that’s one ferocious lamb because April has been roaring away here in Redmond. Another saying is “April showers bring May flowers.” If that one’s true you’ll be able to spot the Seattle area from space – it’s that very colorful spot over there on the west coast of North America.
Has anyone ever counted the number of words Seattleites have for “rain?” Showers, mist, drizzle, …. Does anyone really know what the difference is between rain and showers?
Well, it’s been raining (or showering) haikus here at the Lync Server PowerShell blog. (How’s that for a segue?) And tomorrow, Friday, April 29, 2011, marks the publishing of the 100th Lync Server PowerShell Haiku. To celebrate we’re going to…well, we’re going to publish the 100th Lync Server PowerShell haiku.
Do we know how to party here or what?
And, in case you missed anything, here’s what else happened in April:
No Conferencing Policy is an Island: Per-Organizer Settings vs. Per-User Settings
Export to Excel
How to Export Lync Contacts to Excel
Export Lync Contacts to Excel (script only)
Simultaneously Assigning a Policy to Multiple Users
How to Cheat at Sporcle
And of course the One of These is Not Like the Others challenge is still going on. Plus, we didn’t get to 100 without doing to first 99: find all the haiku’s in the Haiku Archive.
There’s more coming in May, so stay tuned.
Thanks for joining us. We’re going to go watch all those flowers come up.