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Azure PowerShell with Jeremy Brown

Online event

Looking to learn how to get started in Azure? Have you considered Serverless apps? Be not afraid. They're easy to build and allow you get started without needing a degree in programming.... Our speaker, Jeremy Brown, will walk through the basics of serverless apps, build a simple app AND put it online in 45 minutes! Jeremy is an IT veteran with 20+ yrs in the IT industry. His PowerShell experience goes all the way back to v1 as a Microsoft Trainer. Once he began with PowerShell, he fell in love and has used PowerShell as his primary tool since that time. Jeremy currently works as a sysadmin and cloud ops pro automating Azure and Office 365 in a hybrid environment for the NC Judicial Branch. Come take a look at the mystery and wonder of using someone else's computer to do your work. We'll explore using REST APIs and Azure Functions together. By the end of our meeting, you will learn how easy and cheap it is to make that other person’s computer do your bidding. Find Jeremy on:Twitter: @banana_JamaGithub: https://github.com/BananaJama

PowerShell Monthly Workshop

Enterprise Integration 7601 Centurion Parkway, Jacksonville

Every month, we group study while reviewing script challenge results or invite a speaker to talk about Powershell tips and tricks. We encourage all levels of expertise to come. Whatever your job may be in Information Technology, Powershell will enter your line of work. Come visit with us and hone your scripting skills.

Learn PowerShell! Attend the Denver PowerShellers Monthly Meeting.

Microsoft Corporation - DTC building 7595 Technology Way #400, Denver

• What we'll do - TBD • What to bringBring your willingness to learn and questions about PowerShell. Plus thoughts on future topics to discuss at our monthly meetings. • Important to knowNo food or drink provided, but plenty of knowledge being shared.

PowerShell Croque Monsieur: Step up Your Toast Notification Game with Josh King

Online event

Join the SoCal PowerShell User Group as Josh King shows us how we can create Windows toast notifications with PowerShell, how we can make those notifications more visually appealing with GIFs and hero images, how we can dynamically update existing notifications with new information, and finally how we can trigger certain actions directly from a notification - all with his BurntToast PowerShell module! Josh King is a Microsoft MVP and TechOps Systems Administrator at Tribe, an IT services organization in New Zealand. He predominantly works within Windows and VMware environments and has a passion for all things PowerShell. He can be found on Twitter at the handle @WindosNZ. A link to the Microsoft Teams meeting for this event will be sent to all registered attendees at 5PM the day of the event.

Community Lightning Talks / Code Sharing

Online event

Time for the community to roll their sleeves and show off their own code in small 5-10 minute demos. Anyone can share: beginner to advanced! All are welcome

Optimize your coding with the PSFramework

Online event

Join us as Friedrich Weinmann (Twitter: @FredWeinmann), Customer Engineer at Microsoft, dives into the topic of PSFramework. Following is the description of what Fred would cover: Scripting takes quite a bit of time and the time pressure is always there.So often enough, we have to sacrifice some of the features we'd like, trade-off code quality or skip some user quality-of-life aspects we would like to do but just don't have the time for.If only there were a way to make user-friendly, high-quality code the least path of resistance… Introducing the PSFramework module:• Reduce cost of User experience features• Eliminate common scripting aspects – such as logging – from your to-do list when you code• Backport several features from PowerShell Core to Windows PowerShell• Streamline your code flow and simplify supporting "expensive" PowerShell features such as ShouldProcess• … Empower your coding, while saving time

Learn PowerShell! Attend the Denver PowerShellers Monthly Meeting.

Microsoft Corporation - DTC building 7595 Technology Way #400, Denver

• What we'll do - TBD • What to bringBring your willingness to learn and questions about PowerShell. Plus thoughts on future topics to discuss at our monthly meetings. • Important to knowNo food or drink provided, but plenty of knowledge being shared.

PowerShell Monthly Workshop

Enterprise Integration 7601 Centurion Parkway, Jacksonville

Every month, we group study while reviewing script challenge results or invite a speaker to talk about Powershell tips and tricks. We encourage all levels of expertise to come. Whatever your job may be in Information Technology, Powershell will enter your line of work. Come visit with us and hone your scripting skills.