Source: The Microsoft MVP Award Program Blog
Visio MVP David Parker recently developed visViewer as a shareware program to encourage the use of the Visio document format with non-Visio users.
visViewer is free for personal, non-commercial use. If you should like the product, then we invite you to donate just $19 / copy. This will ensure that the product is developed further, and encourage us to provide more tools to you.
The following prerequisites are required:
If you do not have Microsoft Outlook 2007, then you will need these:
Did you know that in PowerShell V2 using a Web service is very easy with the new Cmdlet New-WebServiceProxy?
This would become very handy if the ManagementPackCatalogWebservice had a WSDL ;-)
Then we could do some very cool stuff with the ManagementPack Catalog Webservice…
Now we have to wait if there will be a WSDL implemented. Let’s hope..
For more info on Using PowerShell to get info from the ManagementPack Catalog go to Daniele Muscetta’s weblog. He’s the OpsMgr PowerShell guru ;-)
Source: Gold Coast
If you are like me and want to be programmer there is a great free .NET / C# Tutorial On-Demand! from Pluralsight.
This tutorial is aimed at programmers who are already familiar with an object oriented language like Java or even C++. It is designed to take your existing knowledge and transfer that to the .NET Framework, teaching both C# syntax, .NET Framework, and Visual Studio features in a fast-paced introduction to the Microsoft .NET development platform
They even show how to use Red Gate's Reflector. Check those tutorials if you want to know more about .NET /C# programming!
Jeanie Decker Vlad Jonaovic have put together a mp template and guide for creating MP guides. Use this information to develop mp guides like Microsoft does.
Go to the OpsManJam website to download this guide.