Jeffrey Snover is a Microsoft Technical Fellow, PowerShell Chief Architect, and the Chief Architect for the Azure Infrastructure and Management group which includes Azure Stack, System Center and Operations Management Suite.
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A leading economic historian traces the evolution of American capitalism from the colonial era to the present--and argues that we've reached a turning point that will define the era ahead. "A monumental achievement, sure to become a classic."--Zachary D. Carter, author of The Price of PeaceIn this ambitious single-volume history of the United State...
@robert_spalding BTW - Strong recommendation for this book. What an amazing story! – source
*One of Bloomberg's Best Books of the Year*The master geopolitical forecaster and New York Times bestselling author of The Next 100 Years focuses on the United States, predicting how the 2020s will bring dramatic upheaval and reshaping of American government, foreign policy, economics, and culture.In his riveting new book, noted forecaster and best...
I don't remember who recommended @George_Friedman s book but it was one of the best things I've read in years! Highly recommend it to understand the mess the USA is in, why it will last for a decade, and why we'll be fine. – source
@Fred_Dorkman You must be looking over my shoulder and reading the book I'm reading. Seriously interesting. I'm thinking about the ramifications for AI and the future of work and wny the most important part of OKRs is shutting up. – source
Great book! At this moment I'm listening to the audiobook of his first book. Accidental Superpower. – source
What was the most surprising/informative book you read this year? For me, it was @PeterZeihan Accidental SuperPower. – source
I can recommend this book. It is an important episode to understand. – source
Great thread. I know of a number of devops people that haven't read this book. Ya'll should fix that. – source
@AndrewTobias wrote a fantastic book about how to think about money, spending, saving, and investing. If you don't have these things in focus, I can STRONGLY recommend this book. – source
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Great book. Thanks @fred_burton for turning me on to it. – source
This book is definately one of the best ways to get started learning PowerShell. – source