Monthly Archives: May 2009

PowerSchool migration to VMware

The last couple of days have been busy with VMware and PowerSchool. We’ve had a consultant in working with us, and it was the perfect opportunity to migrate our student information system (SIS), PowerSchool, in to our VMware environment. I

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Bethel floodings photos in Tundra Drums

This was a long week, and an especially long Friday since we had the end of year barbecue potluck at lunchtime but then TAI didn’t get to skip out early. But, going to check my mail I picked up a

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New family member

He’s a bugger to photograph with all the light in this room, and I’m not using the EOS 50D here (though there does seem a glimmer of hope on that note…): Not quite as impressive as some of the aquariums

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Boat ride to Oscarville

Last night, Erin started moving her gear up to Bethel for the summer. Since I have a spare room going to waste, I’m generously donating storage space rather than her paying for a crappy storage unit where everything will likely

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Crazy desktop

This is why I run a 30″ Apple Cinema display. Days like this make me think I either need another one, or another job: 18 Apple Remote Desktop connections plus a Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection 🙁 I had to quickly

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Iain Foulds, 33 years old. Originally from England, now living in Seattle. I currently work as a Senior Content Developer for Microsoft writing about Azure VMs. Gamer. Very passionate about photography. Comments and opinions expressed here are my own. More...

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