Did you know that you can use PowerShell in Azure DevOps inside of a serverless container? In this session, we will cover how to use Azure Repos to save your code and how to use Azure Pipeline to run it in the serverless container. Vukašin Terzić (@MrTerzic) is a Microsoft Azure Cloud and PowerShell enthusiast and experienced IT consultant and solution architect. He blogs about Azure at http://AzureIs.Fun This is an online meeting and all are welcome to attend. Please RSVP to receive the meeting link on the day of the event.
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!
Data Arrays are fundamental building block to work with in Power-Shell, yet working with arrays can sometimes be tricky as Power-Shell provides more than one way to interact with them. Join Wes Carroll as he explores the basics of working with arrays covering a range of topics including what an array is and what it isn’t, array creation, accessing array values, manipulation of arrays, and performance considerations when working with larger arrays. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/wes-carroll/GitHub - https://github.com/wcarrollTwitter - https://twitter.com/wescarrolltech
PowerShell used to be just a windows thing, but now it's a cross platform world. Join Chris Blackden for a tour of the Windows Subsystem for Linux and how it works with PowerShell. Chris is a DevOps engineer for the Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, PA and spends his days managing Terraform and Jenkins pipelines in the AWS cloud. He will be talking about running PowerShell in Windows AND Linux environments and sharing some best practices to make life easier and productive. This talk will cover everything from Installation and configuration to tips and tricks for making connections and accessing data across different platforms. Meeting Agenda:8:00 pm - meet and greet with fellow RTPSUG group members8:30 pm - presentation start9:15-9:30 pm (approx) - open forum / post presentation discussions Want to know what time this meeting is in your time zone?https://everytimezone.com/s/83755f8f This is a live-streamed event that will be posted on YouTube afterward. By attending this meeting, you agree to allow us to use any recordings of yourself for later use and posted in public forums such as YouTube and Reddit. We record all of our meetings and place the recordings on our YouTube channel a few days after our meetings. The remote connection information for our meeting will be available to anyone once they RSVP yes to this meeting.
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.
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.
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. Submit your questions here
Grab your favorite beverage and join us for a evening of learning PowerShell. This month is our famous Shell 'n Tell. Instead of a speaker, it is an opportunity to show a script you would like advice on or you can show us something you did that might be interesting to someone attending. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or advanced, you have something to offer. Trying to learn PowerShell? Tell us what you would like to learn more about and we'll provide resources to do it!