Yesterday, I presented at PSPowerHour and during my intro, my iPad’s volume turned up so I got distracted when talking about something that really meant a lot to me.
And I’m a bit bummed that I wasn’t able to properly convey how much it meant that I was awarded as a PowerShell Community Hero earlier this year. I was looking forward to the opportunity!
From the moment I first heard about PowerShell, I knew that it would be a game changer. It’s probably the coolest and most fun technology I’ve ever worked with.
So when I saw Joshua Corrick’s tweet that I was awarded, I literally started yelling.
— Joshua Corrick (@joshcorr) April 9, 2018
I am beyond honored that the community and the PowerShell team felt my work deserved to be acknowledged among the other highly decorated community contributors. And there’s something extra magical about being acknowledged not just by the PowerShell Team, but also by my peers. It ranks in the top achievements of my life.
I keep my PowerShell Community award right next to my MVP award, and I smile every time I hold it. Thanks to all involved for the huge honor 💞.