PhillyPoSH 06/05/2014 meeting summary and presentation materials

Jeff Hicks gave a presentation entitled “Getting Started with Desired State Configuration (DSC)”. During his talked Jeff gave an overview of DSC and walked through an example of a push mode configuration. A copy of his presentation materials are available here. A recording of this meeting has been posted to our YouTube channel   Related posts: PhillyPoSH 02/07/2013 meeting summary and presentation materials PhillyPoSH 12/06/2012 meeting summary and presentation materials PhillyPoSH 02/06/2014 meeting summary and presentation materials PhillyPoSH 04/04/2014 meeting summary and presentation materials


PhillyPoSH June 5th 2014

Meeting Info Date: June 5th, 2014 Speaker: Jeff Hicks (blog | twitter | google+) Speaker Topic: Getting Started with Desired State Configuration (DSC) Registration Please register if you plan to attend in person or online. The meeting URL to join us remotely will be included in your Eventbrite registration confirmation. About Jeff Jeffery Hicks is a multi-year Microsoft MVP in Windows PowerShell, Microsoft Certified Professional and an IT veteran with almost 25 years of experience, much of it spent as an IT infrastructure consultant specializing in Microsoft server technologies with an emphasis in automation and efficiency. He works today as an independent author, trainer and consultant. Jeff […]


Philadelphia Meeting – June 5th 2014

Join us Thursday, June 5th when Jeff Hicks will present on “Getting Started with Desired State Configuration (DSC)”. Getting Started with Desired State Configuration (DSC) DSC is the big game changer for IT Pros. With DSC you no longer have to write PowerShell scripts to manage and configure your servers. Now you use PowerShell to build and manage server configurations. Want your server configured a specific way? Build a configuration and the server configures itself! In this presentation we will look at the principals of DSC and explore what it takes to get started using DSC in your environment. More about Jeff: Jeffery […]


PhillyPoSH 02/07/2013 meeting summary and presentation materials

Jeff Hicks (Microsoft MVP and Author) gave a presentation on “Getting Started with PowerShell Advanced Functions”. You can download the presentation and example scripts here and watch a recording of the presentation below on our YouTube channel. [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77VbOO14DFE&feature=youtu.be”] You can keep up with Jeff at his blog, on Twitter, and on Google Plus We would also like to thank Interfacett and Powershell.org for providing funding for this meeting! Related posts: PhillyPoSH 06/05/2014 meeting summary and presentation materials PhillyPoSH 10/03/2013 meeting summary and presentation materials PhillyPoSH 12/05/2013 meeting summary and presentation materials PhillyPoSH 03/06/2014 meeting summary and presentation materials


Philadelphia Meeting – Feb 7th, 2013 – 6-8pm

Join us on Thursday, February 7th for a night of scripting with Jeff Hicks! Our topic will be “Getting Started with PowerShell Advanced Functions” There’s no doubt that PowerShell’s scripting language is an attractive feature. And it doesn’t take a lot of effort to get started. Eventually though IT Pros want to create flexible, re-usable tools. The good news is that you don’t need to be a .NET developer to do so. PowerShell’s scripting language is broad enough to allow IT Pros to create cmdlet-like tools all from a script.  PowerShell MVP and co-author of Learn PowerShell Toolmaking in a Month of […]


Win a copy of Windows PowerShell Fundamentals Training Thursday.

If you would like to win a copy of the Windows PowerShell Fundamentals Training by Jeff Hicks through Train Signal, then all you have to do is leave a comment or follow @powerscripting and retweet this story’s link! We have two copies that we will give away on Thursday September 1st during the PowerScripting Podcast live show. You don’t need to be present at the incredibly fun and informative live stream that we do every Thursday at 9:30pm EST to win (but we’d love to see you!). Obviously we have to be able to contact you via email or twitter […]