About me

About me

Jason Himmelstein is a Microsoft MVP & the Director of Technical Strategy & Strategic Alliances for Rackspace. With more than 20 years of experience working with Microsoft and related technologies and a strong passion for technology, Jason has spent the past 11 years dedicated to SharePoint & Office 365. Jason has successfully architected solutions for customers of all sizes and maintains an active speaking schedule, addressing conferences around the world. He also is an organizers/advisor of multiple Users Groups and SharePoint Saturdays, co-host of the BIFocal.show podcast, and has served as the SharePoint/Office 365 Track Chair for several national conferences.

Jason is also the author of the O’Reilly book “Developing Business Intelligence Apps for SharePoint”. Outside of this crazy working world, he is a happily married father of 2 boys, a die-hard Texas Longhorns and San Antonio Spurs fan.

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3 thoughts on “About me

  1. Good day I took the “SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence class” class on SP Videos .com.
    I know you are busy, if you can find time to reply it would really help me in my current job.

    I did attempt to use your “new-SSRS.ps1” supplied to the class.
    I did finally just create my SSRS Serv App “Manually” in CA
    No matter how many times I ran “new-SSRS.ps1” the Serv App and Proxy would not be created.
    It seemed that the variables were not getting set. I was entering all those values at the prompt.
    Related information:
    I ran the script via the PS SP Snappin “.\new-SSRS.ps1”
    Each and every time I get errors from LN 28
    New-SPRSServiceApplication -Name $SSRS -databaseserver $SQL -databasename $SQLdB -applicationpool $sapn

    and LN 42 New-SPRSServiceApplicationProxy -name $SSRSp -ServiceApplication $serviceapp.id
    saying that the values are NULL

    When I attempted to run the “new-SSRS.ps1” directly from the PS ISE, as you did during the class the SP Specific commands were not found…
    Get-SPServiceInstance : The term ‘Get-SPServiceInstance’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet,

    I realize I am missing something simple…
    I have watched the recorded video over and over again and I am not finding what I am doing wrong or not doing correctly.

    Thanks and Cheers

  2. Hi Jason,

    I attended the your sharepoint workshop at Dev Intersection conference in LV 2014. Can I get the sample scripts you and Seb demo’d for the workshop? They would be a great primer in getting started with PoSH and sharepoint.

    Thanks,
    Nick

  3. Thanks again for your session at Ignite on User Groups. Have you ever thought of a Remote User Group for User Group Leaders?

    Just a thought

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