Mississippi PowerShell User Group Virtual Meeting – May 12th 2015


Join us virtually on Tuesday, May 12th at 8:30pm Central Time when PowerShell MVP Kirk Munro will present "A peek inside the Poshoholic’s toolbelt".
It’s easy to get excited about all of the new technologies that are being talked about these days.  PowerShell 5.  Windows 10.  Nano server.  .NET Core.  But none of these technologies have been released yet, and even when they are released, it will be some time before we can fully adopt them in our organizations.  That’s why I like to arm my PowerShell toolbelt with impactful modules that work with current releases, so that people like you and I can work with innovative solutions for today while we keep learning about what will be available tomorrow.  This session is about those modules that I use in my toolbelt every day.  HistoryPx, FormatPx, DebugPx, SnippetPx, TypePx, and others.  Highly impactful, innovative PowerShell solutions that you can use, right now.
About Kirk
Kirk Munro is a Technical Product Manager at Provance Technologies, where he is helping build the next generation of Provance’s flagship IT Asset Management product, along with several smaller products such as the ScsmPx PowerShell module and the Auto-Close Work Item MP.  He is also an 8-time recipient of the Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP) award for his involvement in the PowerShell community.  For the past 9 years, Kirk has focused almost all of his time on PowerShell and PowerShell solutions, including managing popular products such as PowerGUI, PowerWF and PowerSE.  It is through this work he became known as the world’s first self-proclaimed Poshoholic.  Outside of work these days Kirk is returning to his software developer roots, learning mobile technologies like Xamarin and Ruby on Rails, and taking courses on Coursera or edX whenever he can make the time to do so.
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