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W. Sterling W.


San Ramon, CA
Hometown: Philadelphia

Member since:

November 2, 2013

What is your interest in Powershell?

I first became interested in PowerShell while working with SharePoint 2007. When I did my first migration to 2010 I noticed I used it quite a bit. Now as I am doing migrations to SharePoint 2013 I see that there is no other way to configure Search. It seems that as SharePoint grows so grows the need to know PowerShell and I want to stay ahead of the curve. And I would really like to train for the 2014 games.

What is your comfort level with PowerShell?

I am fairly comfortable. I have to pick apart a script and make it work for me about every other week.


I am a SharePoint Administrator. I work at Robert Half in San Ramon, before that I worked at Technicolor. I am originally from Philadelphia. I lived in Los Angeles before I moved to the bay area in April 2013. I am a member of the National Guard.


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