Events

  • Recap of DuPSUG PowerShell Saturday 2016

    Last weekend we hosted our second PowerShell Saturday, this time the event was hosted by IPsoft in Amsterdam. During this event members of the Dutch PowerShell User Group gathered together to view a number of presentations and to engage in lively discussions on the various new developments in the PowerShell world. For more information about […]

  • MSPSUG July 12th Virtual Meeting: Exploring SQLPS, the SQL Server PowerShell Module

    Join the Mississippi PowerShell User Group virtually on Tuesday, July 12th 2016 at 8:30pm Central Time when Mike Fal will be presenting “Exploring SQLPS, the SQL Server PowerShell Module”. A big hurdle for using PowerShell and SQL Server together is the SQLPS module. Both old and new users of PowerShell don’t completely understand its capabilities. In this […]

  • MSPSUG June 14th Virtual Meeting: Pester the Tester PowerShell Bugs Beware!

    Join the Mississippi PowerShell User Group virtually on Tuesday, June 14th 2016 at 8:30pm Central Time when Microsoft MVP Robert Cain will be presenting “Pester the Tester: PowerShell Bugs Beware!”. So you’ve been developing PowerShell for a while, or perhaps you’re taking over maintenance of an existing set of scripts. It would be great to get extra […]

  • Microsoft PowerShell team panel - Twin Cities February meeting

    Ever wonder just what the heck the Microsoft PowerShell team was thinking? Come find out! Keith Bankston is the senior program manager for PowerShell. Mark Gray is the senior program manager for DSC. Michael Greene is the program manager responsible for understanding customer feedback and getting it into PowerShell. Join us for a panel discussion […]

  • TechSession Webinar: The Top 10 Considerations When Writing #PowerShell Advanced Functions

    On Wednesday, September 2nd at 2pm EDT (1pm CDT), I’ll be presenting the September TechSession Webinar for PowerShell.org. The topic for this month’s session is: “The Top 10 Considerations When Writing PowerShell Advanced Functions”. Here’s what you can expect from my presentation: There are lots of things to consider when writing an advanced function in […]

  • Two More TechSession Webinars

    Discovering TeamCity and Build.PowerShell.org Presentation by Dave Wyatt Introduction to using TeamCity for continuous integration, with particular focus on how we’ve set up build.powershell.org for testing of PowerShell modules: Basics of TeamCity.  (How to set up a project.  Deeper understanding of how our templates and agents work.  How to expand on what’s already there once […]

  • NYC Powershell Usergroup meets on July 13th

    We have an exciting line-up for the July Powershell User-Group meeting. Powershell MVP, Tome Tanasovski will be presenting a beginner’s track on Powershell covering File Management, and Date/Time manipulations. We also have Powershell MVP Doug Finke, who will be covering Pester. AGENDA: Tome Tanasovski: File management – Managing paths – Reading data from a file […]

  • 6th Dutch PowerShell User Group Event 2015 Recap

    Richard’s Log, Stardate 2457169.5 Today’s destination is the Recap for the 6th Dutch PowerShell User Group 2015. Now in my hotelroom nearby Schiphol, rethinking all the awesome content I saw today, and the great talks from IT PROFESSIONALS like: Jeff Wouters, Microsoft DevOps Automation Consultant @ Methos – ( Twitter / Personal Blog ) Bartek Bielawski,Systems Engineer @ Optiver – ( Twitter / Personal Blog ) Ben Gelens, […]

  • April 3, 2014 Virtual PowerShell User Group meeting

    PowerShell MVP Joel Bennett will present about authoring PowerShell modules, including tips, tricks and best practices for writing modules and functions that work well together (and behave properly in the pipeline) … and… NOTE: if you have QUESTIONS about PowerShell modules which you would like addressed, you can start adding them to the Q&A bar […]

  • Atlanta System Center User Group meets this Friday!

    Just wanted to give a shoot out to our friends in Atlanta at the ATLSMUG group that’s run by two MVPs here in town. They have a meeting this Friday that you should not miss! It’s a full day of free training and networking, plus food! You can find more info and the agenda here: http://www.atlsmug.org/1/post/2014/02/atlanta-systems-management-user-group-3282014.html

  • Tampa Bay Powershell User Group - Jan Meeting

    Next meeting: Topic: Winter Scripting Games Kickoff and Team formation Jan 16th 2014 6 – 8 PM back at Tek System Tampa Office FOOD PROVDED RSVP via – http://www.eventbrite.com/e/tampa-powershell-user-group-tickets-1634714475 4301 West Boy Scout Boulevard Suite 590 Tampa, FL 33607