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The Scripting Guys


Ed WilsonEd Wilson is a well-known scripting expert. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer who has delivered a popular Windows PowerShell workshop to Microsoft Premier customers worldwide. Ed has written six books on Microsoft Windows scripting for Microsoft Press. His three Windows PowerShell books are Windows PowerShell 2.0 Best Practices, Windows PowerShell Scripting Guide, and Microsoft Windows PowerShell Step by Step. He has also written or contributed to almost a dozen other books. Ed holds more than 20 industry certifications, including Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Before coming to work for Microsoft, Ed was a senior consultant for a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner where he specialized in Active Directory design and Exchange Server implementation. Ed and the “Scripting Wife” Teresa live in South Carolina. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, underwater photography, and scuba diving. And tea.

The Scripting Wife

Teresa WilsonTeresa Wilson is the real life “Scripting Wife” to Ed. She grew up on a farm in Kentucky and loves country life. She worked most of her years in the accounting field and does not consider herself a technical person, but she saw the opportunity to encourage beginners to embrace Windows PowerShell and has been Ed's student in his blogs as he describes scripting for people starting out. She also loves people and enjoys helping and volunteers as the booking agent for the PowerScripting Podcast and has assisted MVP Jim Christopher in starting the Charlotte PowerShell Users Group.  As Ed speaks at different events Teresa can usually be found with him helping pass out business cards and words of encouragement. In her spare time Teresa is an avid reader and you won’t find her without a book or two in hand.

 

A History of the Scripting Guys

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