New Hyper-V instructor is a 5th grade whiz kidBy Chris Magiet
Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Probably not because an up-and-coming Microsoft trainer just taught himself Server 2012, and is posting how-to videos with tips for dynamic memory and ISO files.
Just kidding. Young Caleb may have learned a thing or two from his father along the way. Yung Chou, Microsoft Evangelist, posted a video on his TechNet blog of his son, Caleb, installing virtual machines in Server 2012.
In case you need some help, Caleb does a great job walking through the process of adding Hyper-V roles, creating a virtual switch, and more. We’ll need to keep him at the top of our list as we recruit great instructors to join our team. Watch him work in the following video:
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Chris Magiet is a web editor for TrainSignal curating breaking IT news and serving up the latest free videos and tutorials on the blog. He’s an unashamed music junkie and if a coffee I.V. is ever invented, it’s probably safer that you don’t let him find out. Follow @thechriscore for cool news and stories, and happenings at TrainSignal HQ.
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