If you are attending the PowerShell Summit next week in Redmond, you might want to make sure you have copies of the schedule on hand.Â There are two tracks, and I have created two pdf documents, one for each track, that provide the full schedule including session abstracts and speaker bios.
PowerShell Summit 2013 Conference Schedule – Track 1
PowerShell Summit 2013 Conference Schedule – Track 2
While those details are very useful, some of the conference attendees have expressed an interest in having a consolidated view of the agenda so that they could see which sessions were taking place on each of the tracks and choose which they were more interested in.Â Ask, and ye shall receive.Â Here is a consolidated view of the conference sessions on all tracks, with each day on a separate page.
PowerShell Summit 2013 Conference Schedule – At at glance
Note that if you donâ€™t have a ticket for the conference, it is sold out for this year.Â Weâ€™re planning the 2014 conference now, so keep watching this blog for news about that conference as it becomes available.Â There are already a few posts about it that are worth reviewing if you missed them.
Thanks, and enjoy the conference next week!
On this weekâ€™s show (5/12/11 @ 9:30pm EST right here on Ustream!), weâ€™ll be talking to Spencer Brown at nSoftware.
Â Be sure to drop by the Ustream channel Thursday so that you can post questions to Spencer and interact with your fellow PowerShellers!
If you would like to win a copy of the excellent new PowerShell & PowerCLI book by Luc Dekens, Alan Renouf, Jonathan Medd, Glenn Sizemore, and Arnim van Lieshout, titled VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference: Automating vSphere Administration, then all you have to do is leave a comment or follow @powerscripting and retweet this storyâ€™s link! We will give away one (physical) copy tonight during the podcast. You donâ€™t need to be present at the incredibly fun and informative live stream that we do every Thursday at 9:30pm EST on Ustream to win (but weâ€™d love to see you!). Obviously we have to be able to contact you via email or twitter to obtain your shipping address, so follow us on twitter so we can DM you, or leave your email address when you comment on this blog post.
P.S. If you donâ€™t win, keep listening, we have a few ebook copies to give away as well.
One of our favorite topics here at the PowerScripting Podcast is managing VMware products with PowerShell. This week, weâ€™re tapping a new resource on the topic who has a very different background than Hal and Jon (HE LIKES LINUX) which should make for some interesting conversation. We hope you can make the show this Thursday July 16th @ 9pm EDT, broadcast live on Ustream, or available for download in all the usual ways just a few days later.
Here is a little bit about Edward (aka Texiwill on VMware Communities & Twitter):
Edward L. Haletky is the author of VMware vSphere(TM) and Virtual Infrastructure Security: Securing the Virtual Environment as well as VMWare ESX Server in the Enterprise: Planning and Securing Virtualization Servers. Edward owns AstroArch Consulting, Inc., providing virtualization, security, network consulting and development. Edward is also a guru and moderator for the VMware Communities Forums, providing answers to security and configuration questions, prolific blogger, and is working on new books on Virtualization.
Weâ€™re still accepting entries (see previous show notes) for the SAPIEN Press book giveaway until this coming Thursday, Oct 2nd. All you have to do is put up a review of our podcast on iTunes, PodcastAlley, or your blog. Email the URL (or your iTunes display name) to [email protected] and two people will win the random drawing!
Hereâ€™s some of the books you can choose: