I’m generally a huge fan of security features, as long as they don’t go in my way. Today, the PS execution policy actually came in my way, so a quick way to remove it is here:
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -Scope CurrentUser
Use it at your own risk, this will remove the execution policy security for your current user. You can find all the needed information from TechNet.
In September 2012, I joined the Bing Ads team, working on the delivery engine, where I had a blast! Working on an online system, with such a massive scale (Bing is now serving 20% of all US search queries) and with so high expectation (latency, availability, …) really made the journey a thrill. I learned a lot, I learned to be a PM (I was a engineer in test before), I learned how to build systems that scale, and I learned to be obsess with metrics (in Ads revenue is a big deal obviously).
So why do I change if things are so exiting?
I love the feeling of being new to a team, having to learn and having to understand a lot of things. When the day to day life becomes dull, it’s generally a signal for me that I should be looking around for opportunities.
But if I stayed …
I spoke with a bunch of folks (in Seattle area) that are staying in their current position, hoping to get a promotion soon, or too afraid of being challenged. I don’t believe it’s the right approach, keep challenging yourself, you can only become better this way!
If we worked together during these past years, thank you, I had a blast!