Posted by: JennyMack
Community Newsletter, ITKE
Here is what’s happening in our community lately:
- Ask a question, win a t-shirt
- Featured member
- Featured questions
- Featured blog posts
- Messages from the TechTarget network
Ask a Question, Win a T-Shirt
We’re rewarding great questions on IT Knowledge Exchange by giving away ten t-shirts to good questions asked in the community through February 9th. All you have to do is submit a well-thought-out, well-written (and hopefully well-tagged) question to the IT Knowledge Exchange community, and we’ll choose our favorites in time to announce in our newsletter on Tuesday, February 10th.
You can view the blog post here with more information.
Featured Member of the Week
This week’s featured member is Warner Schmidt, or as you may know him better, Schmidtw. He may be young, but his talents are many. He is employed both by his school (Milwaukee School of Engineering) and as a lead programmer at another company. He specializes in Windows systems and network troubleshooting, and has already earned nearly 8,000 Knowledge Points since he started on IT Knowledge Exchange this past July. Way to go, Warner! We’re proud to feature him as our member of the week.
You can view Schmidtw’s profile here.
Over the past week, we’ve seen some great questions come through IT Knowledge Exchange, but some questions need your attention. Click on one of our selected questions below, and spread the knowledge!
Featured Blog Posts
Browse the sampling of selected blog posts below or go here to view all.
>> The great drive wiping controversy settled at last (Security Corner)
>> Do your servers take forever to reboot? (SQL Server with Mr. Denny)
>> Location awareness anyone? (Brien Posey’s Windows Blog)
>> MS eLearning Course 5352: Fundamentals of the Vista startup process (Vista Enterprise Desktop)
>> Windows batch file to back up Internet Explorer favorites (Something Wicked This Way Comes)
Messages from the TechTarget network
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