Bio

Who I am: In short, I am a Christian, father of three, Systems Administrator & Engineer, PowerShell advocate, Sound engineer

Where am I now: As of April of 2013 I am now a System Engineer for a private financial firm. My team is responsible for all trading related servers that run Windows Server. My focus is on improving manageability and  automation with these servers. Most of my effort to accomplish this is done with PowerShell.

Before now: For six year I was a system administrator and IT team lead for an organization that provided Software as a Services (Saas) applications to the K-12 education space. My responsibilities were all in the corporate infrastructure arena. The infrastructure was 100% Microsoft except for the ESX hyper-visor, EMC Storage units, and Cisco phone system. Here is where I was introduced to automation and ease-of-management needs even a small infrastructure requires. This is also where I began to learn and use PowerShell to try and accomplish those management goals.

 

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  1. Philadelphia Meeting – October 2nd 2014 | PowerShell.org

    […] talk on The different custom object creation methods and their performance tradeoffs. Followed by TJ Turner will give a talk entitled Intro to basic run space […]

  2. PhillyPoSH 10/02/2014 meeting summary and presentation materials | PowerShell.org

    […] TJ Turner gave a presentation entitled “Runspace Pools”. A copy of his demo scripts and presentation are available here at our GitHub site. (forthcoming) […]

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