This is going to be a thread of me using Windows. Primarily for networking and infrastructure, to get my chops back (I’ve spent almost two years in a 100% Linux environment), but the last stretch of this is going to have some Docker, IIS, .NET, and .NET Core on the software side.
I am going to document my process to get some practice, feedback, and hopefully corrections and best practice/real world application advice.
The basic stuff: Domain Controller, DNS, DHCP, VLAN, Routing, Load Balancing, File Server, User and Group Management, lots of POWERSHELL, some Azure but most of it is going to be running on VMware Workstation on my battlestation.
The programming side is going to be a UWF (I can never remember what it’s called, whatever the Windows desktop application side is abbreviated as), C# and AngularJS, .NET Core console stuff (interfacing with the GUI stuff, hopefully, not sure how it works right now tbh), and deploying via Docker and IIS. Probably going to throw in some Apache and Nginx too.
My primary goal is to get comfortable behind PowerShell and and get a better grasp on C#. This includes the weird OOP stuff like Generics, getters/setters, to stuff like multidimensional arrays, reading from and writing to files, Lists, LinkedLists, otherBuzzWords – I guess it would be OtherBuzzWords because apparently C# capitalizes shit lol.
NO MORE UNDERSCORES. Sadmindev is sad.
So, fuck it, here’s a Hello, World! that isn’t Hello, World! because Hello, World! is stupid.