If you’re having trouble logging in using Google, please clear your browser cache and Shift+Refresh. They’ve changed the way login is handled on the back-end. We’ve confirmed we’re working, but if your browser is hanging on to old data, you may experience problems. No related posts.
I had a good deal of yard work to do this weekend; I see yard work in a similar way that a click-next-admin sees Windows PowerShell. I want no part in it. So I wrote a quick bit on how we can deal with the click-next-admin. Jeffrey Snover recently gave a TechDays Online session where… Continue Reading »
Hey there everyone! I’m pleased to announce that PowerShell.org has a new feed on Imgur! No related posts.
(edit @ 4:14 PM EDT: last minute guest change!) Live show happens tonight! Please join us as we talk with Adam Driscoll, PowerShell MVP, and Andrew Sayre, SDE at Microsoft’s Visual Studio Cloud Tooling team. The topic is a big one: PowerShell Tools for Visual Studio, aka PoshTools! As always, showtime is at 9:30 PM EDT,… Continue Reading »
There was a brief and lively discussion on Twitter recently stemming from someone asking for advice on how to convince management to turn on Remoting. “Fire Management, if they have to ask” was apparently not an option, although it should have been. I mean, at this stage, you either know the value of PowerShell and… Continue Reading »
Join us on Wednesday, May 6th for our second Toronto PowerShell User’s Group meeting. This time you get to take the wheel! Send us some of your PowerShell related challenges and we’ll pick the top ones to work out in a group together! We’ll also be talking about some of the things learned at PowerShell Summit… Continue Reading »
Join us Thursday, May 7th when Jim Ficarra of Comcast Cable will present PowerShell and Puppet: Extending Puppet on Windows Through Integration of PowerShell Tools, Techniques and Patterns. Puppet is a Configuration Management System framework from PuppetLabs that originated on Linux systems and has been ported to Windows in recent years. While some of the… Continue Reading »
The Microsoft Build conference is in San Francisco again, and having missed PowerShell Summit this will provide some good content which can be seen live and afterwards at Channel 9. Aside from the great Developer content I am looking forward most to hearing what is coming to Windows Server specifically Nano. Having drank the Server… Continue Reading »
Not too long ago, over on DonJones.com, I wrote an article that tried to explain some of the confusion between Microsoft’s World of Management Instrumentation – e.g., WMI, OMI, CIM, and a bunch of other acronyms. I glossed over some of the finer details, and this article is intended to provide more specificity and accuracy… Continue Reading »
The Charlotte PowerShell User Group had a great meeting in late April with a special guest presenter, Lee Holmes. Due to this occurrence and scheduling conflicts for the month of May, our regularly scheduled meeting will not occur. Stay tuned for information about our next meeting which will occur on our normal day (1st Thursday… Continue Reading »
We offered our first in-person, proctored VERIFIED EFFECTIVE exam at PowerShell Summit in April 2015, located in Charlotte, NC. While the exam is not intended as a diagnostic or learning tool, there are definitely some observations I can share from glancing through some of the submissions so far. First, the exam isn’t easy. 31 people… Continue Reading »
Doug Finke has written an awesome article – complete with a module! – to help get data into Excel spreadsheets. No related posts.
The PowerShell community descended on Charlotte, North Carolina for the third annual PowerShell Summit – North America this week! Enthusiasts, MVPs, community leaders, and the PowerShell product team came to discuss the latest and greatest ongoings in the PowerShell world. The festivities kicked off in downtown Charlotte at the Ri Ra Irish Pub this last… Continue Reading »
When Microsoft first released the DSC Resource Kit (in Wave 10 as of this writing), they opened the door to community contributions. Our own PowerShell.org GitHub repo consists partly of DSC resource that used Microsoft’s code as a baseline, and then corrected problems or expanded capabilities. What we never had was a way for Microsoft… Continue Reading »
We’re announcing a venue change for PowerShell Summit Europe 2015. Although we’re very appreciative to Microsoft for offering the use of their office in Kista, our registration velocity warrants a larger venue, and gives us the opportunity for a more central location. Dates are not changed. We will be at the Scandic Klara hotel, which… Continue Reading »