PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit 2017: Session Acceptance

We're in the process of emailing speaker invitations to those whose sessions were accepted for the 2017 agenda. Please check your email and promptly follow the instructions to complete registration. 

In the event that a speaker is unable to confirm their invitation in time, we will move on to other speakers and sessions - that's why, if you haven't presently received an invitation, you still might. Once we've confirmed everyone, we'll send out notices to any speakers who were not selected, so that you're in the loop. We do appreciate your patience as we work through this process.

Registration will open November 1st, and a draft brochure is available at http://PowerShellSummit.org. This brochure does include session highlights that may not have been confirmed, so they're still subject to change. The Registration link at PowerShellSummit.org will show you the current confirmed agenda.

For speakers who were regretfully declined, you'll be able to register on November 1st. In the event we have a late speaker dropout - which happens - we may contact you about jumping in as a speaker after all, at which time we'll sort out the finances if you've paid for your registration, typically offering a full refund of your registration fee.

You'll notice that Summit has become a full 4-day event - we're unsure, at this point, if 3-day passes will be offered or not. We won't make that decision until February 2017, assuming any space remains by that point. So we hope you'll consider joining us for the full 4-day event, including new hands-on experiences on Sunday, a wider variety of deep-dive half-day sessions on Sunday, attendee-driven "Side Sessions" on Tuesday and Wednesday, and an amazing lineup for Monday.

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Don Jones is a Windows PowerShell MVP, author of several Windows PowerShell books (and other IT books), Co-founder and President/CEO of PowerShell.org, PowerShell columnist for Microsoft TechNet Magazine, PowerShell educator, and designer/author of several Windows PowerShell courses (including Microsoft's). Power to the shell!