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PSPowerHour – PowerShell 7.1: The Modern/Next-Gen Shell (Steve/Jason)

Modern shells should help you be successful as soon as you start typing. Join Steve and Jason to discuss future shell improvements, Predictive IntelliSense, Dynamic Help, Native Commands and more in this exciting look at PowerShell 7.1. Join us and share your feedback! Steve Lee Principal Software Engineer Manager for PowerShell Team.  20 years of experience working at Microsoft starting with WMI on NT4, creation of WinRM, OpenSSH on Windows, joined PowerShell Team to create PowerShell Core 6 as Open Source and cross-platform.  Father to two girls, poker and automobile enthusiast. Jason Helmick Program Manager on the PowerShell Team. 30-year IT veteran and avid supporter of the DevOps/PowerShell community. Former CFO of PowerShell.Org and the PowerShell/DevOps Global Summit. PowerShell/Motorcycle enthusiast!

PSPowerHour Episode 4 – Universal Dashboard v3

Presented by Adam Driscoll - A First Look at Universal Dashboard v3 - Universal Dashboard is a framework for build websites with PowerShell. In this session, we will look at the newest version of the platform that allows for more robust controls, easier to use themes and a better degree of control over dashboards and their assets. Adam Driscoll is the owner of Ironman Software and a Cloud and Datacenter MVP based out of Hailey, ID, USA. He is a published author, open-source contributor, and speaker.

PSPowerHour – Shell of an Idea AMA

Join PowerShell author, speaker, and MVP Don Jones for a look in the deep, untold history of PowerShell, a topic he’s been exploring for his upcoming book, “Shell of an Idea: The Untold History of PowerShell” (https://leanpub.com/shell-of-an-idea). Learn how Intel prompted the ultimate creation of PowerShell, how a hermit crab contributed, and how Microsoft’s purchase of Hotmail highlighted the need for PowerShell. It’s a fascinating dive into the shell’s past, which can really inform you about its present and future. This will be followed by a live AMA (Ask me Anything). Ask your questions on twitter ahead of time using the hashtag #ShellofanIdea or submit the online here (link coming soon) Don Jones has been in the IT industry since the mid-1990s, and working with PowerShell since before its 2006 launch. He’s a co-founder of PowerShell.org and PowerShell Summit, and was named “PowerShell First Follower” by PowerShell inventor Jeffrey Snover. Don has written dozens of IT, business, and self-improvement books, including the first-ever published books on Windows PowerShell. Check your local time zone here.