I have decided to use GitHub to publish scripts, SQL queries and procedures, and custom management packs for all public content related to SCOM. I did this because it enables me to manage all my content in a central online repository that can be easily accessible, searched, and subscribed to in a feed reader.
If you’re not familiar with GitHub, it is a Git web-based hosting service which offers a lot of great functionality that enables the community to store, share, search content, and collaborate on projects. You could think of it as a sort of Source Safe or TFS application. You are welcome to branch and pull the projects I store on GitHub, or just use the content I publish for whatever you need.
My home page on GitHub: https://github.com/scomskills
You can subscribe to receive updates of content I publish and update here: https://github.com/scomskills.atom
Or just take a look at my activity page to see if there’s anything new: https://github.com/scomskills.atom
There isn’t much content up there at this time, but I did throw a few things up there to get things started. I will still be blogging with code snippets, but all the managed code will be stored on GitHub from now on. Blog content may be outdated, so always check the GitHub source for the latest revision of code.