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Ravikanth Chaganti – Founder & Editor
Ravikanth is a Windows PowerShell MVP and has over 20 years of industry experience. He currently works at Dell EMC in the Infrastructure Solutions Group. He is passionate about automation and outside of work, he writes regularly on his blog http://www.ravichaganti.com/blog about topics related to Windows PowerShell, Microsoft SharePoint, and Windows Server virtualization, and Software Defined Storage. He is one of the leads at Bangalore ITPro user group, and you can hear him speak regularly at BITPro (http://bitpro.in) meetings and other in-person events. Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ravikanth.
Aleksandar Nikolic – Founder & Editor
Aleksandar is a PowerShell MVP and a system administrator at one of the largest insurance companies in Serbia. A long time script junkie, he is one of the earliest adaptors of Windows PowerShell and uses it on a daily basis to automate Active Directory management and to write auditing scripts designed to keep systems secure. He is a frequent speaker at the conferences in Serbia and participates regularly in IT Pro user groups worldwide. Recently, Aleksandar co-authored the highly respected Administrator’s Guide to Windows PowerShell Remoting. Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/alexandair.
Shay Levy – Founder & Editor
Shay is a Systems engineer working for a government institute in Israel. He has over 20 years of experience, focusing on Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory. As a long time PowerShell community supporter, he has become a moderator of multiple forums and a Co-Director of the powerShellCommunity.org website. Shay is also a multiple-year recipient of Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP), and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) at the John Bryce training center. He often covers PowerShell related topics on his blog http://PowerShay.com. You can also follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ShayLevy.
Tobias Weltner – Founder & Editor
Tobias is a long-term Microsoft’s MVP Award recipient located in Germany. He has written more than 130 IT books published by Microsoft Press and others. As a PowerShell pioneer of the early days, today he focuses on PowerShell trainings, articles and PowerShell-related project work with mid- and large-size enterprises. In April 2013, he initiated and organized the world’s first PowerShell Community Conference in Oberhausen, Germany. He is one of Europe’s leading PowerShell trainers and experts.
Jan Egil Ring – Editor
Jan Egil Ring works as a Lead Architect on the Infrastructure Team at Crayon, Norway. He mainly works with Microsoft server-products, and has a strong passion for Windows PowerShell. In addition to being a consultant, he is a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He has obtained several certifications such as MCSE: Server Infrastructure and MCSE: Private Cloud. He is also a multiple-year recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award for his contributions in the Windows PowerShell technical community. Website | Twitter | LinkedIn