Do you have ever sat in front of your desk, wondering what has happen to one of your favorite programs or technologies? Normally it runs smoothly or is so easy to work with. But today...
Or do you want to become familiar with a technology and you don't know where to start? And maybe you are not in the mood to ask your favorite search engine.
In that cases survival guides come into play. Rich already wrote about the Client Hyper-V Survival Guide. In this post I want to talk about another survival guide which covers Hyper-V: The Hyper-V Survival Guide. What do I like about this article? Just have a look at the picture below.
Since its publishing date this article has actually 338 revisions. I can't say that I'm using Hyper-V often (because I'm a developer), but it calms me that there is a hardworking community if I ever will have problems or questions about Hyper-V. Doesn't matter which kind of question do you have, for example about managing Hyper-V, I'm sure you will find an answer in this article.
So, there's nothing more to say, except: A special thanks to tonysoper and the guys who are working on this article. Great job!