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. Let’s share the tools and scripts that we use in our daily work lives. Anyone can share: beginner to advanced! Did you solve a problem at work that you think could help someone else?Share your knowledge and pass along some tips and tricks to fellow community members. Do you have a problem that you can’t seem to figure out?Let the community help you get past a problem you are having difficulty with! Show off anything you find interesting that saves you time or makes your job easier. So what’s good to share? Anything that you think may be useful to others is open for consideration. It could be a two-line script or a complex function. Community sharing is about exposing code to others so can benefit from your work. We cater to all skill levels, so it’s ok (and encouraged) to show off a simple script that you found helpful. We all benefit when we pull out our tools and show others how they work. No slides, or fancy presentations, just share some code to show what it does. Each person only needs to fill about five minutes’ time. If you would like to join us, please Rsvp yes and then the remote attendee link for Microsoft teams will be visible. Want to know what time this meeting is in your time zone? https://everytimezone.com/s/8ac171f8 This live-streamed event will be on our […]

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 Object Formatting with Dave Goldman

Online event

Join the SoCal PowerShell User Group as Dave Goldman takes us through formatting your PowerShell objects. From Dave: "If you work with PowerShell output and want to learn how to massage your data to work better for you, this will be a great presentation. I will be covering how PowerShell formats output objects it creates, how formatting is determined and how you can create your own custom formatting views. To be covered:1. What a PowerShell object is2. How objects are passed down the pipeline from start to finish3. How PowerShell generate views for objects it creates (Table, List, Wide, Custom objects)4. Dive in to PowerShell’s default view templates5. Breakdown of the view templates files6. What the DefaultDisplayPropertySets value is and how it is used7. How to create your own custom views for your objectsa. How to do it in your local PowerShell sessionsb. How to add this to a PowerShell module you may have created My name is Dave Goldman, I live in Charlotte and I am a 20 year veteran of Microsoft working in the O365 space." Dave can be found on Twitter at the handle @matrixsurfer128. A link to the Microsoft Teams meeting for this event will be sent to all registered attendees at 5PM the day of the event.

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.

Defensive and Offensive PowerShell: Living off the Land (Fernando Tomlinson)

Online event

PowerShell has surpassed the administrative use that it was originally developed for and now additionally serves as a capability that enables threat hunters and incident responders to illuminate malicious activity and respond to such threats. It also enables pentesters and malicious actors to gain and maintain access as well as proliferate throughout a network without bringing any additional toolkits. In most cases, the two additional uses often are not detected or known by the admins or the opposite side. We will dive into and demo a number of methods in which both sides are using or could use PowerShell to achieve their overall objectives. Our speaker, Fernando Tomlinson is a security expert for the US Army Cyber command handling malware and forensics operations. He is also an adjunct professor teaching Cyber security to our future computer security pros. He also runs the website https://underthewire.tech , which is a wargaming site designed to teach people about PowerShell and cyber security. Fernando will be walking through the the offensive and defensive tactics that can be employed by users of PowerShell to defend and/or attack a network. Please join us for an eye opening look at the good and bad of PowerShell and how to protect your organization's network. Want to know what time this meeting is in your time zone?https://everytimezone.com/s/c90e04d0 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 […]

Ansible w Jeremy Murrah

Online event

Jeremey Murrah will kick the tires on Ansible and show what can be done with this awesome software!

Hamburg PowerShell User Group #20

Online event

Das nächste Treffen der Hamburg PowerShell User Group findet am ab 18:30 Uhr statt. Anlässlich des 20ten Treffen der User Group haben wir etwas ganz Besonderes für euch geplant! Christoph und Fabian erklären am Beispiel eines einfach Bingo Spiels die Nutzung von Azure Functions und führen durch Front- und Backend des Bingo. Dabei wird es nicht bei reiner Theorie bleiben, sondern als Teilnehmer könnt Ihr mitspielen und gewinnen. Die ersten 5 Gewinner erhalten dabei tolle Preise, dabei sein lohnt sich also doppelt! Onlineteilnahme über Microsoft Teams:URL folgt am Tag des Events

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.

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.