I don’t know about you, but I always appreciate a good tool. In fact, I’ve had many ex-girlfriends call me a total tool, and I always took that as a really great compliment! I mean, the use of tools is what separates us from the apes, right? (well, that and chromosome #2)
One guy who is a very evolved homo-sapien with a well-functioning prefrontal cortex is Mr. Burns.
Ok, ok, no – not THAT Mr. Burns. I’m talking about the IT Superhero who runs BBBBlog. I had the pleasure of working with him a few years ago when I was very new to Cisco UC. He’s one of those brilliant engineers that inspires you to learn more just to try to catch up to him, even though you probably never will. Now I stalk him on the interweb from time to time to learn new tricks.
One new trick I learned today is a splendid tool for doing core maps / UC VM placement. I thought I was doing a great job of this with a borrowed Excel spreadsheet that was nicely formatted for the purpose. Now, I know, that is the punk ass bitch way of doing it. Check out this TOOL