IT administrators with PowerShell skills wanted for usability studies in the Redmond area

Microsoft's Usability group is recruiting IT administrators who have experience working with PowerShell for upcoming usability studies. This is a unique opportunity to provide feedback and improve the user experience of PowerShell version 2.

The study will run from March 4th to March 10th.  This is a two-hour lab study focusing on the remoting feature of PowerShell version 2. The studies will take place on Microsoft's main campus in Redmond, Washington.

Participants will receive their choice of a software gratuity from a list of Microsoft products including, but not limited to, Visual Studio, Vista Business Edition, and Expression Studio. The complete list will be provided prior to study confirmation.

For more information, please e-mail: uccoord AT microsoft DOT com.

- Nino Bilic

Comments (3)
  1. khalid says:

    I need video

  2. Many of us don’t want to use powershell. We’d like a complete GUI

  3. Matt Stehouwer says:

    I find it funny that Microsoft is using powershell when the lower end email system have easy to use GUI. I understand the need for powershell be we are small and don’t need the power of powershell.

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