PowerShell Summit

  • PowerShell + DevOps Summit 2018 schedule

    The schedule for the 2018 Summit still needs a little bit of polishing to finish it but it’s taking shape. I’ve started releasing information on sched.com that we’re using for all our scheduling needs for the Summit. The one and only truth regarding the sessions and their times can be found at https://powershelldevopsglobalsummit2018.sched.com/  I’ll be adding […]

  • Call for topics closing 1 October

    The call for topics is closing 1 October at 23:59 GMT. We’ve had a fantastic set of submissions. Creating an agenda for the 2018 Summit is going to be very difficult because we’ve had so many fantastic sessions submitted and I don’t have enough slots to take them all.   The call for topics is […]

  • PowerShell and DevOps Summit 2018 - session acceptance

    We have started the acceptance process for the sessions to be presented at the 2018 Summit. Those currently accepted sessions are listed in the brochure The deadline for submissions still remains as 2 October 2017 We’ll probably be formally accepting a number of other sessions during September BUT the bulk of the agenda won’t be […]

  • Summit agenda process

    There’s been a lot of discussion on the Summit Slack channel around people proposing sessions for the 2018 Summit. I thought an explanation of how we put the agenda together would be useful for anyone thinking about submitting sessions. First off though – if you’re thinking about submitting a session for the 2018 Summit then […]

  • PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit 2018 - Call for Topics

    The PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit 2018 will be returning to the Meydenbauer center, Bellevue WA on 9-12 April 2018. PowerShell, and DevOps, experts from all over the world, including PowerShell team members, will once again join together to discuss and learn about maximizing PowerShell in the workplace in fast-paced, knowledge packed presentations. The Summit’s […]

  • Topics for PowerShell Summit 2018

    The planning for Summit 2018 has started – to be honest it started before Summit 2017 opened. We’ve reached the stage where we need to start thinking about the broad topics for PowerShell Summit 2018. What do you want to hear about? Not the session titles, content and speakers but the broad areas of content […]

  • PowerShell Saturday Booster Program

    As announced at PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit 2017, we’re preparing a “PowerShell Saturday Booster Program” to help launch and support local one-day events. Please visit https://github.com/devops-collective-inc/powershell-saturday/wiki to take a look at our draft materials, and use GitHub’s “Issues” feature to submit questions, suggestions for additional content, requests for clarification, and so on. We’ll continue to […]

  • Post-Summit Note

    A quick note: We experienced some massive equipment failures this year, almost to the point where we were starting to seriously question our life choices. The end result is that we don’t have as many session recordings as we’d hoped. Jason will be going through what we do have over the next week, splicing together what […]

  • Final agenda

    We’ve had to move a few sessions around for various reasons. The online agenda at https://eventloom.com/event/home/summit2017 shows the current final agenda. Please check the agenda carefully to ensure you don’t miss any sessions