Thomas Lee is an IT industry veteran. Thomas graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 1973, and has had a number of interesting assignments over the decades. Today, he consults, writes, and provides training mainly on Microsoft technologies, including Lync and Windows PowerShell. He has also been a speaker at major IT conferences over the past two decades.
A Microsoft Certified Trainer for 17 years and an MVP for 16 of the past 17 years, Thomas was the first person in the world to blog about Windows PowerShell in 2003. He has also been involved with the Windows PowerShell community since its inception and is a director of PowerShellCommunity.org.
Thomas was part of the team that wrote both official Microsoft Windows PowerShell classes and has taught clients around the world to use the product. He writes two blogs, Under The Stairs (at http://tfl09.blogspot.com) and PowerShell Scripts Blog (at http://pshscripts.blogspot.com), is active on Twitter (@doctordns), and hosts online forums. In his spare time, he lives in an old cottage in the English countryside with his wife Susan, daughter Rebecca, a fine wine cellar, and large collection of Grateful Dead live recordings.
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