Our monthly meeting will be held on January 2nd, 2014. This years Scripting Games is a team based event. What better place to find/join a team than a User Group meeting? We look forward to seeing you there. Here is some additional information about the Winter Scripting Games: Teams can consist of between 2 to 6 Scripters and official registration opens on Jan 2nd. There will be a total of 4 official events for the Winter Scripting Games: January 19th, January 26th, February 2nd, & February 9th Check out the schedule for all the details. In addition, be sure to […]
The 2013 Scripting Games kicked off during the PowerShell summit. Event 1 is open and you can submit entries up until 23:59:59 GMT on 29 April 2013. Voting on the entries starts at at midnight on 30 April. You can … Continue reading →
Summary: The Scripting Wife reveals her impressions of 2013 Scripting Games Beginner Event 1.
Hi everyone, I want to welcome you to the 2013 Scripting Games. This year the events were designed by the Windows PowerShell community, and the games are bein…
Summary: The Scripting Wife learns about using Windows PowerShell to copy files and folders in prep for the 2013 Scripting Games.
The days seem to start early, and the evening arrives later this time of year in Charlotte, North Carolina. I am sitting o…
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have Don Jones, from www.powershell.org and a practice event for the Beginner category of the 2013 Scripting Games.
This is a practice event. You will not submit this event to the actual Scri…
Summary: The 2013 Windows PowerShell Scripting Games Competitor’s Guide is posted today.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Don Jones from PowerShell.org is back with us today with the 2013 Scripting Games Competitor’s Guide.
Summary: Announcing the Windows PowerShell 2013 Scripting Games, which begin April 22, 2013.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Don Jones is with us today from the offices of PowerShell.org. Tell us what you know about the 2013 Windows PowerS…
Jason Helmick remotely gave a demo of Sapienâ€™s Powershell Studio Ed Wilson,Â The Scripting Guy, gave a presentation on the different ways to remotely manage a Windows 8 workstation (remotely via theÂ Charlotte PowerShell User Group) Announcements The Scripting games start on 04/25/2013, make sure to sign up! We plan on doing a post mortem once the games are done just like we did with the Winter Scripting Camp Check out the Mississippi PowerShell User, which meets virtually every 2nd Tuesday. Take a look at their schedule which is filled with great speakers. Related posts: Philadelphia Meeting – April 4th, 2013 PhillyPoSH […]
We’ll be announcing Winter Scripting Camp the first week of February. This is a special invite-only event that will be open to subscribers of the PowerShell.org TechLetter. It will work just like the Scripting Games, but will feature only a couple of events and will not include any prizes. We will, however, announce the top scorers. Scripting Camp is primarily an opportunity for us to audition our new platform, to kick the tires, and make sure everything’s ready for the official Games, which will kick off in April at the PowerShell Summit 2013 North America. If you’re interested in Camping […]
I am pleased, honored and humbled to be selected as an Honorary Scripting Guy for 2012. I certainly would like to thank Ed Wilson, THE Scripting Guy. I would also like to congratulate my fellow honorees. If you aren’t following these people on Twitter, G+ or the blogosphere you are missing out on a wealth […]
A Podcast about Windows PowerShell. Listen: In This Episode Greg and Jean “The Scripting Guys” themselves are our special guests. Head over to the Script Center! Jonathan was out with back problems. Ways to interact with us: Facebook: PowerScripting Podcast group Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Vote or write a review for us in iTunes Leave comments on the blog See you next time! No related posts.