Oh yeah, there was the little matter of making up 20 events and writing 20 articles to describe those events and writing sample solutions for each of those events—that took several months to do as well. I have to make choices as to where I spend my time.
I could reduce the number of blogs that I write, and maybe only publish one a week.
—SH Hello SH, Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. I do not always floss my teeth every day, I do not always exercise an hour every day, I occasionally drink coffee, and have even been known to eat a pizza.
I have tons of commitments, many of which are actually contradictory; I am swamped with meetings, email, and conference calls; not to mention that it takes a very long time to write each blog.
I had numerous conversations, in person and via email, with Joel Bennett (aka Jay Kul of Posh Code), and I even setup a tracking project on Code Plex.
I have a gazillion different rules that run and drop stuff into folders, and even the meeting invites that get moved to Deleted Items still end up on my calendar =/ Try this - File, Options - Calendar - Scroll to the bottom and find Resource Scheduling, click the button - Click automatically accept meeting requests. I can;t seem to find an answer to that Accepting them automatically would be a different thing. blogs that were talking about the 2011 Scripting Games.I bet you did not know that Windows Power Shell scripting was a spectator sport did you?On the other hand, when one gets a 2 out of 5, it means that there is room for improvement.The script I wrote last year, was designed to accomplish a single thing—it returned a week’s worth of meetings.